The Grant County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) gave its approval Monday for Madison-Grant United School Corporation to move forward in leasing a vacant building on school grounds to a nonprofit health care organization.

Christina Bruno, M-G’s legal counsel, told the BZA the school was requesting a special exception to allow Aspire Indiana Health to use the former administration building on the junior/senior high campus. Superintendent Scott Deetz said the building became vacant when the district’s business office moved into offices within the school building after renovations were completed in 2019.

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