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Haslam Announces Grant For TCAT Knoxville
Grant part of Drive to 55, for Machine Tool Technology and Diesel Technology programs KNOXVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced a $950,000 grant to help the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Knoxville train Tennesseans and meet workforce needs in the region, as the state continues its Drive to 55. The grant will help TCAT-Knoxville start machine tool technology and diesel technology programs at an off-campus site, providing students with hands-on technical training similar to what is currently used in the industry and preparing them for careers in high demand areas.  Haslam included in his FY 2015-2016 budget amendment and the General Assembly approved $5 million to fund new equipment at TCATs to meet job training demands across Tennessee. This month Haslam is announcing targeted investments in high demand programs at TCATs. “Our TCATs have a great track record of success, and as a state we want to allocate resources strategically, where tho











Governor Haslam, Commissioner Boyd Announce UBS to Expand Current Operations in Middle Tennessee
NASHVILLE—Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd along with UBS officials announced today the company will expand its current operations in Middle Tennessee by opening a new office in Williamson County at One Franklin Park. UBS will invest $11.2 million to outfit the space, which will accommodate the growth of the UBS Business Solution Center, as well as, a satellite branch office for Wealth Management Americas financial advisors, creating over 350 new jobs over the next several years.“We want to thank UBS for this investment and for creating these new jobs in Middle Tennessee,” Haslam said. “When a globally recognized brand like UBS decides to invest here and then continues to expand, it strengthens Tennessee's brand and our ability to compete in the global marketplace. That’s exciting news for Tennessee and is another step forward in our effort to become the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.”“Since











Haslam Announces Transportation Grant For City Of Rockwood
Funds assist greenway, trailhead project ROCKWOOD – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer announced today the award of a $437,122 transportation alternative grant to the city of Rockwood for the Greenway and Trailhead Project. The project includes a 10-foot-wide multiuse greenway beginning at Dr. Tom Fuller Park and parallel Pumphouse Road to East Nelson Street, and will terminate at the intersection of East Nelson Street and US 27. A 600-square-foot trailhead/comfort station will also be constructed at Dr. Tom Fuller Park. The trailhead will include bathroom facilities, bike racks, and a small parking lot. Signage will be added in the area to direct visitors to the trailhead.  “When we make our cities and towns more pedestrian friendly and improve recreation areas we strengthen communities,” Haslam said.  “We want Tennessee to continue to be the very best place to live, work and raise a family, and











Haslam Announces Transportation Grant For City Of Norris
Funds enhance city’s sidewalk improvement project  NORRIS – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer announced today the award of a $347,760 transportation alternative grant to the city of Norris for the East Norris Sidewalk Improvements project. The project includes a six-foot-wide concrete trail starting at the intersection of East Norris Road and Dairy Pond Road extending approximately 2,000 feet to Andersonville Highway. At the end of the trail, two crosswalks will be constructed to provide pedestrians with safe access to Sycamore Place and a nearby shopping center.  The project will join existing sidewalks along East Norris Road, providing the final connection to area schools, recreational facilities, the local business district, and shopping.  “It is great to see communities across the state creating a network of walkways for residents and visitors,” Haslam said. “When complete, this projec














 
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