GOSHEN, Ind. — The Elkhart County Council decided to not make a decision yet on a request to give Winnebago Industries a tax break on expansion plans near Middlebury.
The move — or rather, the lack of one — delays the abatement process by a few weeks while giving Middlebury leaders time to work out concerns with the company.
The council deadlocked on a 2–2 vote Monday to table discussion of the issue until the council’s next meeting in April, and the tie forced the issue. Councilmen David Hess and David Foutz were in favor of tabling the vote. Councilmen Darryl Riegsecker and Tom Stump opposed the motion.
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