- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 17, 2016

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Fifteen Tennessee communities have been selected to receive state grants to prepare sites for economic development projects.

The grants will go toward completing infrastructure and engineering improvements for certified sites in rural communities.

The grants averaging $380,000 were awarded to projects in Brownsville, Centerville, Coffee County, Dresden, Gibson County, Humboldt, Lawrence Count, Montgomery County, Pulaski, Ripley, Roane County, Shelbyville, Tiptonville, Union City and Washington County.

The projects include water and sewer lines; paving and road building; transmission line relocation; and grading and clearing of properties.

The sites were selected by an advisory panel made up of representatives of the Tennessee Valley Authority, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the state departments of Economic and Community Development, Transportation and Environment and Conservation.


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