Eight Tennessee communities are receiving a total of $2.3 million in grants under a program that helps develop industrial sites for business investment, state officials said.
The new Site Development Grants were announced in a news release from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development.
The grants help communities invest in infrastructure and engineering improvements on sites ready for economic development, officials said.
Coffee County will receive a $100,000 grant.
Applications were reviewed by a committee made up of Austin Consulting, the Tennessee Valley Authority, USDA Rural Development, and the state departments of transportation, economic development and environmental conservation, officials said Thursday.
Photo provided: Coffee County I-24 Park