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By Chad Fell Senior Reporter, Northwest Alabamian

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LYNN РWinston County’s mega industrial park site received a major boost this past week to go with the already ongoing development of two lots, when U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt announced $95,000 to be used specifically for road infrastructure at the park site.

“We had put a request in for infrastructure, road and sewer and water,” noted county commission chairman Roger Hayes. He said county officials presented the request to federal officials in Washington, D.C. at least two years ago, with the application made in the spring 2008.

Winston County Road 9 Widening, Resurfacing and Adding of a Third Lane

COOPERATIVE DISTRICT РWidening, resurfacing, and the addition of a third lane for turning onto Alabama Highway 13 has been completed on to Winston County County Road 9.  This road work was in part made possible through a $125,000 grant secured by Senator Roger Bedford through the Alabama Department of Community and Economic Affirs (ADECA).  The remainder of the project was funded through a portion of the Cooperative District bond issue secured in June 2008. 

Construction continues on Lots 10 and 11 of the Winston County industrial park located within the Cooperative District.    Plans are underway to secure a grant to fund landscaping and beautification work at the intersection of Winston County County Road 9 and Alabama Highway 13.

Congressman Robert Aderholt

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Contact: Darrell “DJ” Jordan
(202) 226-7602

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville) announced that Winston County will receive $95,000 for the Winston County Industrial Park road improvement project from the Fiscal Year 2009 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill. The funding is included in the Omnibus Appropriations legislation that passed Congress on Tuesday evening.

The funding will be used to provide roadway improvements for the foundation base and pavement for the Winston County Industrial Park roads.