Gov. Ivey awards grants to enhance outdoor recreation in Alabama

November 8, 2021

MONTGOMERY – The great outdoors is about to become even greater thanks to $2.2 million in grants awarded by Gov. Kay Ivey for recreation projects in Alabama. Funds from the federal Recreational Trails Program will support 14 trail projects involving Alabama cities and counties and a state agency. “With a varied landscape and geological features, […]

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Gov. Ivey awards grant to create jobs, commerce in Thomasville

November 4, 2021

MONTGOMERY— A $150,000 grant awarded by Gov. Kay Ivey will help provide new commerce and jobs in the city of Thomasville. The Community Development Block Grant will provide infrastructure necessary for Dozier Oil Co. to construct a travel plaza/truck stop on U.S. Highway 43 which runs through the city. The new business will employ 25 […]

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Governor awards grants for energy-efficient upgrades across the state

November 3, 2021

MONTGOMERY— Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded grants totaling $564,520 to assist with energy-efficiency upgrades at municipal and nonprofit facilities across the state. Grant funds will support projects to install energy-efficient lighting and heating, air conditioning and ventilation units, solar panels and wastewater treatment equipment. One of the grants will help develop energy-code training and resources […]

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Gov. Ivey announces grant for upgrades at Lake Guntersville State Park

November 2, 2021

MONTGOMERY — An Alabama state park is about to get a makeover thanks in part to a $200,000 grant, Gov. Kay Ivey announced. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources will use funds from the Appalachian Regional Commission to restore and improve a campground at Lake Guntersville State Park in Marshall County. The Town […]

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