Gov. Ivey awards equipment grants to 19 law enforcement agencies

April 4, 2024

MONTGOMERY — Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded slightly more than $791,000 to improve public safety in 12 municipalities and seven counties in Alabama. The grants will enable police and sheriffs’ departments in those jurisdictions to purchase equipment or participate in practices that will help them better serve their communities. “I appreciate our men and women […]

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Gov. Ivey awards $250,000 to assist new commerce in Hayden

April 2, 2024

MONTGOMERY— Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded a $250,000 grant to help bring new commerce and jobs to the town of Hayden. The Community Development Block Grant funds will be used to provide infrastructure required for High Tide Oil to construct a 24-hour travel center and fast-food restaurant off exit 284 off Interstate 65 in Blount […]

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Gov. Ivey awards grant to help at-risk youth in Mobile

April 1, 2024

MONTGOMERY – Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded a $39,430 grant to the city of Mobile to support a program that will provide mentoring and counseling to at-risk youth. The Youth Connected project incorporates behavioral therapy with the goal of preventing crime, violence, drug use and gang participation. The Mobile Police Department’s Family Intervention Team will […]

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Gov. Ivey awards grant for road repair in Cullman County

March 29, 2024

MONTGOMERY— An emergency need for repairing a heavily traveled road has prompted Gov. Kay Ivey to award a $300,000 grant to Cullman County. The county will use the Community Development Block Grant funds for repairs of a partial road collapse on Cullman County Road 222, which links with Interstate 65. Several large industries are located […]

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Kenneth W. Boswell, Director

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