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Mon October 29, 2012
Tennessee Cities and Towns Get Safe Routes to School
Puryear, Tenn., is among 12 municipalities receiving Safe Routes to Schools grants for improved sidewalks and bikeways. Dorothy and Noble Harrelson School in Puryear will use a little over $187,000 to build sidewalks and crosswalks. The total allocation is $1.8 million for all locations.
Cities receiving Safe Routes to School funds are (click on each link for copies of individual press releases for each recipient):
Grants are in PDF format:
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