Governor awards $1.64 million to enhance outdoor recreation in Alabama

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Governor Kay Ivey on Thursday awarded nearly $1.64 million to improve outdoor recreational venues in Alabama. Funds from the federal Recreational Trails Program will be used to build, restore and improve trails in eight communities across the state. The bulk off the money is designated to reconstruct tarmacs at Mobile International Airport and Tuscaloosa National Airport.
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Governor awards $1.64 million to enhance outdoor recreation in Alabama

Governor Kay Ivey on Thursday awarded nearly $1.64 million to improve outdoor recreational venues in Alabama. Funds from the federal Recreational Trails Program will be used to build, restore and improve trails in eight communities across the state.“Alabama’s outdoor trails are an excellent invitation for individuals, groups and families to get outside and enjoy our state’s natural beauty,” said Governor Ivey. “I am proud to award these funds an…

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