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SITE DEVELOPMENT GRANT ANNOUNCED FOR PLATEAU PARTNERSHIP PARK

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Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe announced today a $1 million grant for the Plateau Partnership Park (PPP), the 775-acre regional industrial site located adjacent to Interstate 40 in eastern Cumberland County.

The site is owned and being developed by the Industrial Development Board of the counties of Cumberland, Morgan and Roane.

The grant will be used to upgrade an existing 8900 linear foot section of water line along Mt. Vernal to a 12-inch line.  The line will extend from Mt. Vernal Road under Interstate 40 to the Plateau Partnership Park Site.

“We are most grateful for the continued support of Governor Lee, Commissioner Rolfe and our legislators.” said Plateau Partnership Park IDB Chairman John Davis. This grant allows us to continue efforts toward making our site truly pad ready.


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