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Governor announces $2.9 million for GRADD area projects 

COURTESY OF THE GREEN RIVER AREA DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT  

July 2, 2024

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The Green River Area Development District welcomed Gov. Andy Beshear and Delta Regional Authority Federal Co-Chair Dr. Corey Wiggins to the region June 20. Beshear and Wiggins visited the Green River Wellness Mission in Henderson, announcing $2.9 million in funding for four projects. 

 

  • The City of Sturgis will use $2,024,000 to rehabilitate its wastewater treatment plant. 

  • Henderson Community College will use $450,000 to support its MAINTech program. This advanced industrial maintenance training program is working to address the need for skilled industrial workers in Western Kentucky. 

  • The Webster County Fiscal Court will also use $326,657 for the Webster County Workforce Training Equipment project in Dixon. The funds will be used to purchase workforce training equipment for students in manufacturing, healthcare, industrial, and computer-aided design career tracks. 

  • The Webster County Fiscal Court will use another $150,000 to develop a comprehensive economic development plan. The plan will focus on creating an economically and climate-resilient community that has experienced a decline in coal-industry jobs. 

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