HARRISON CO., Ind. (WHAS11) -- County commissioners in Southern Indiana said they want to donate $100,000 in casino tax revenue to five counties hit hard by the March 2 tornado outbreak.
The request was approved Tuesday night during the Harrison County Commissioners’ meeting. The request is now headed to the county council for discussion on April 9.
If approved, the money will be distributed to Clark, Jefferson, Washington, Ripley and Scott counties – all of which have applied for disaster recovery funds.
The Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County and Horseshoe Southern Indiana have already donated to tornado relief efforts.
Visit our Kentuckiana Tornado section for the latest photos, stories, news and info on how you can help after the March 2 storms.