FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - Projects aimed at improving the quality of life in Fort Wayne are on hold.
Fort Wayne's city council is holding off on making a new decision on a new initiative.
Last month, Mayor Tom Henry proposed spending an extra $3.86 million dollars in state income taxes for projects designed to enhance neighborhoods.
City council members told FOX 55 they will discuss the extra funds during next year's budget discussion in October.
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