After months of waiting and watching money from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) go to other parts of Georgia, Chattooga County has finally been targeted for some of the federal dollars.
Governor Sonny Perdue has announced that $731,859 worth of road projects have been approved in Chattooga County. $583,859 will go towards resurfacing the Gore-Subligna road and $148,000 will go towards paving and rehibilitation of The Narrows road.
"These projects will bring safety improvements and needed maintenance
and support to roads, intersections and bridges around Georgia," said
Governor Perdue. "The federal funds will make our roads safe and
strengthen our transportation network."
For more information, visit Georgia DOT’s stimulus website at www.dot.state.ga.us/gastimulus