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Lawmakers announce major community block grants in Haywood and Lauderdale counties

NASHVILLE, Tenn.  – State Rep. Chris Hurt, R-Halls, Sen. Page Walley, R-Bolivar, and Sen. Ed Jackson, R-Jackson, announced today announced today that three Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) have been awarded in Haywood and Lauderdale counties totaling a combined $1.69 million. Two of the grants will be used for sewer system improvements with Brownsville receiving $630,000…

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