Category Archives: infrastructure

Why Invest in Economic Development

The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) has published a resource, Why Invest in Economic Development, for members, elected officials and others interested in supporting economic development in their communities. The federal government has always played a key supporting role in … Continue reading

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Cheatham County Industrial Park earns AT&T Fiber Ready designation

As part of AT&T’s continuing efforts to drive economic development and investment in Tennessee, company representatives, elected officials and members of the Cheatham County Joint Economic and Community Development Board announced on February 26, 2016 that the Cheatham County Industrial … Continue reading

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New Hope Road I-24 Exit 31 Water and Sewer

The Ashland City Times reports on progress in Cheatham County in “Sewer project done at New Hope Road“.  The newly completed sewer line extends service along Highway 41A from the Pleasant View Village development to the New Hope Road exit on I-24 (exit … Continue reading

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Centerville awarded grant for major infrastructure improvement

“The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) announced on Tuesday a $1 million Economic Development Administration (EDA) grant to the town of Centerville, Tennessee, to make critical improvements to the town’s wastewater treatment plant to support the health care and … Continue reading

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Smarter Meter Matter

Dickson Electric System will upgrade their customers’ current meters with radio frequency-operated meters capable of being read from their headquarters. Dickson Electric serves 4000 customers in Hickman County, mainly in the East Hickman area. For more information, read “Remote-controlled meters … Continue reading

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