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Delta Regional Authority FY 2013-2015 SEDAP Projects Kentucky

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Fiscal Year 2015 Kentucky Project Summaries

 Hickman Medical Center

Awardee: Fulton County Fiscal Court

Federal ID#: 61-6000819

Awardee Contact: Jim Marin

Telephone: 270-236-2594

County: Fulton

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA

$337,223

100.00%

Total

$337,223

100.00%

Description: Fulton County is acquiring the former medical clinic operated in the city of Hickman. DRA funds will be used to complete some renovations to the building and then bring in a new provider to operate the clinic. Benefits: In addition to saving the jobs of 5 employees, the health care clinic will be operational in Hickman, Fulton County, Kentucky. Access to health care will increase the quality of life for the residents, increase their economic viability, and could literally save lives. ___________________________________________________________________________________ HFCRA Crane Replacement Awardee: Hickman-Fulton Riverport Authority Federal ID#: 61-0933529 Awardee Contact: Greg Curlin

Telephone: 270-236-2563

County: Fulton

Congressional District: KY-1, TN-8

Funding: DRA

$150,000

21.42%

Other Public Investment Total

$550,000

78.57%

$700,000

100.00%

Description: The Hickman-Fulton County Riverport Authority is trying to replace the 40 year old American 9720 port crane. The crane was taken out of service in November 2014 after a boom failure accident. Benefits: The Hickman-Fulton County Riverport would have the opportunity to expand its current customer base and provide additional jobs to the community as the result of upgrading the port's crane.


Fiscal Year 2015 Kentucky Project Summaries

 AgCenter Lift Station Upgrade Awardee: City of Greenville

Federal ID#: 61-6011460

Awardee Contact: Jan Yonts

Telephone: 270-338-3966

County: Muhlenburg

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA

$87,223

81.35%

Other Public Investment Total

$20,000

18.65%

$107,223

100.00%

Description: This project will replace the undersized lift station located at the Ag. Center in Greenville, Kentucky. This project will ensure the city is able to meet the current and future demands of the area. Benefits: This project will benefit the community by allowing the city handle the waste water load that is currently generated at the location to be moved safely and economically to the waste water treatment plant. This project will also add additional capacity to the area so that future growth will not be limited by the current infrastructure. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Todd County Health Dept. Renovation Awardee: Todd County Fiscal Court

Federal ID#: 61-6000760

Awardee Contact: Daryl Greenfield

Telephone: 270-265-9966

County: Todd

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA

$100,000

100.00%

Total

$100,000

100.00%

Description: This project proposes incorporating structural renovations to the Health Department building as a component of an overall strategy of improving services offered to the residents of Todd County. Benefits: The Todd County Health Department will be able to increase training opportunities, and provide more healthcare services to residents. Residents will also be able to take advantage of increased access to personnel who work in environmental regulation and compliance.


Fiscal Year 2014 Kentucky Project Summaries Murray Retail Development Awardee: City of Murray

Federal ID#: 61-6001881

Awardee Contact: Bill Wells

Phone: 270-762-0300

County: Callaway

Congressional District: 1

Funding:

DRA

$89,003

38.22%

Applicant

$143,850

61.78%

Total

$232,853

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will ensure the installation of water, sewer, storm drainage, and entrance road to a private development. Benefits: This project will spur more than $9 million in private investment, create more than 50 new jobs and enhance the economic development of the community. Union County Flood Protection System Awardee: Union County Fiscal Court

Federal ID#: 61-6000887

Awardee Contact: Jody Jenkins

Phone: 270-389-1081

County: Union

Congressional District: 1

Funding:

DRA Applicant Total

$164,001

89.04%

$20,196

10.96%

$184,197

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will provide for the placement of new water valves and meters, enabling the city to isolate sections of the system to facilitate the location and repair of water leaks. Benefits: The intended outcome of the project is to maintain the structural integrity of the flood protection system, to provide safety to the city of Uniontown’s approximately 1,100 residents and numerous businesses. Another outcome of the project will be the recertification of the flood protection system by the US Army Corps of Engineers.


Fiscal Year 2014 Kentucky Project Summaries Webster County Fiscal Court Tower Project Awardee: Webster Fiscal Court

Federal ID#: 61-6000887

Awardee Contact: James Townsend

Phone: 270-389-1081

County: Webster

Congressional District: 1

Funding:

DRA

$125,000

84.40%

Other

$23,097

15.60%

Total

$148,097

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will assist in the purchase, construction, and installation of a 180-foot communications tower for emergency communications capabilities and broadband service. Benefits: This project will ensure the communications capabilities of Webster County’s emergency services, provide all necessary communications upgrades, and complete a multi-year communications project. It will also benefit nine fire departments, five rescue squads, four police departments, two ambulance services and the county emergency management agency, which will help to keep residents and emergency workers safer in their communities. Trenton Water and Sewer Line Extension Project Awardee: City of Trenton

Federal ID#: 61-0704644

Awardee Contact: JoAnn Holder

Phone: 270-466-3332

County: Todd

Congressional District: 1

Funding:

DRA

$50,000

100.00%

Total

$50,000

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will be used for the extension of water and sewer lines to an industrial site for a company that is constructing a new canola seed crushing facility. Benefits: This project will allow for the creation of approximately 10-15 jobs in the area through a newly located industry.


Fiscal Year 2014 Kentucky Project Summaries Earlington Water System Improvements Awardee: City of Earlington

Federal ID#: 61-6001811

Awardee Contact: Mike Seiber

Phone: 270-383-5364

County: Hopkins

Congressional District: 1

Funding:

DRA

$30,000

100.00%

Total

$30,000

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will be used for the installation of valves in the city of Earlington's water system to facilitate leak detection and repairs. Benefits: The project will reduce the amount of water that is lost to unrepaired leaks and decrease the amount of man-hours spent looking for leaks. It will also reduce the amount the city has to spend on lost water and will allow personnel to take a more proactive approach in maintaining and upgrading the current system. Collaborative Care Practices Awardee: Madisonville Community College

Federal ID#: 61-1320380

Awardee Contact: Judith Rhoads

Phone: 270-824-8633

County: Hopkins

Congressional District: 1

Funding:

DRA

$74,001

100.00%

Total

$74,001

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will enable Madisonville Community College to partner with Baptist Health Madisonville to create a high-fidelity simulation-learning environment with a new high-fidelity manikin. Benefits: By January 2016, Madisonville Community College will have equipped a simulation lab at Baptist Health Madisonville where there has not previously been the ability for training. The lab will help the hospital recruit additional medical staff and provide increased quality of care to area residents.


Fiscal Year 2014 Kentucky Project Summaries Trigg County Health Department Renovation Awardee: Trigg County Fiscal Court

Federal ID#: 61-6000722

Awardee Contact: Hollis Alexander

Phone: 270-522-8459

County: Trigg

Congressional District: 1

Funding:

DRA

$100,000

100.00%

Total

$100,000

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will assist the Trigg County Health Department in the demolition of 50+ yearold equipment and flooring and the installation of new equipment, flooring, cabinets, tables, lighting, paint, and a backup generator for the vaccine cooler. Benefits: The chief benefit derived from this project will be the ability of the Trigg County Health Department to serve the low-income individuals and families of Trigg County with quality healthcare in an updated facility. Additionally, the project will result in the retention of approximately eight jobs at the Trigg County Health Department. Mortons Gap System Improvements Project Awardee: City of Mortons Gap

Federal ID#: 61-6001877

Awardee Contact: Frank Stafford

Phone: 270-258-5362

County: Trigg

Congressional District: 1

Funding:

DRA

$35,000

100.00%

Total

$35,000

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will assist in the placement of new valves and meters to enable the city to isolate sections of the system to facilitate the location and repair of water leaks. Benefits: The project will reduce the amount of water that is lost to unrepaired leaks and decrease the number of man-hours spent looking for leaks. It will reduce the amount the city has to spend on unaccounted water and allow personnel to work on maintaining and upgrading the current system.


Fiscal Year 2014 Kentucky Project Summaries Barlow Wastewater Improvement Awardee: City of Barlow

Federal ID#: 61-6001781

Awardee Contact: John Wood

Phone: 270-334-3500

County: Ballard

Congressional District: 1

Funding:

DRA

$200,000

100.00%

Total

$200,000

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will provide for the improvements to two lift stations, construction of 3,800 linear feet of 8-inch gravity sewer lines, 1,700 linear feet of force mains, and lateral services. Benefits: This project will assist the city in creating a better overall wastewater system to serve its customers in Barlow and the surrounding area of Ballard County. It will provide a better quality of life for the residents of the community and help conserve the natural resources in the surrounding area.


Fiscal Year 2013 Kentucky Project Summaries Lyon-Caldwell County Regional Broadband Infrastructure Phase II Awardee: Lyon County Fiscal Court

Federal ID#: 61-0953294

Awardee Contact: Wade White

Telephone: 270-388-7311

County: Lyon, KY

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA

$55,000

100.00%

Total

$55,000

100.00%

Description: The purpose of this project is to provide additional High Speed (broadband) connectivity to geographical areas in the counties that are un/under-served. Benefits/Outcomes: The proposed project will enhance the quality of life for citizens throughout Kentucky’s Delta counties. Residents will maintain access to broadband internet; such access will afford new and innovative business opportunities, as well as improving their overall quality of life.

Crittenden Healthcare System C-Arm Project Awardee: Crittenden Health Systems

Federal ID#: 61-0953294

Awardee Contact: Wade White

Telephone: 270-388-7311

County: Lyon, KY

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA Applicant Total

$105,000 $13,238 $118,238

89.00% 11.00% 100.00%

Description: The proposed project involves the purchase of a C-Arm digital mobile imaging system for the Crittenden Health System. This project will allow the hospital to provide their patients with innovative x-ray imaging technology. Benefits/Outcomes: The major benefit expected from this project will be the ability of the Crittenden Health System to serve the citizens of the community locally with mobile fluoroscopy imaging services.


Fiscal Year 2013 Kentucky Project Summaries Henderson County Airport Drainage Ditch Reroute Awardee: Henderson County Fiscal Court

Federal ID#: 61-6000814

Awardee Contact: Hugh McCormick

Telephone: 270-826-3971

County: Henderson, KY

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA Applicant Total

$200,000

83.00%

$42,500

17.00%

$242,500

100.00%

Description: DRA funds will be used to divert the main drainage ditch that serves the Henderson CityCounty Airport from its current exit into Canoe Creek to a direct exit into the Ohio River. Roughly 1,470 linear feet of new drainage way will be constructed. Benefits/Outcomes: This project will eliminate around four miles of the main drainage way for the airport, creating a more efficient drainage pattern and greatly reducing the risk of flooding at the airport. The new drainage route will enter an existing drainage easement at the Henderson County Riverport Authority, granting the Authority an opportunity to construct a container loading/unloading facility in the same location.

ConnectGRADD Regional Broadband Awardee: ConnectGRADD Inc.

Federal ID#: 61-0706096

Awardee Contact: Jiten Shah

Telephone: 270-926-4433

County: Webster, KY

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA

$55,000

100.00%

Total

$55,000

100.00%

Description: This project will deliver broadband internet to un- and under-served areas in GRADD DRA counties, which will promote job growth; two areas in Webster and Henderson counties will be targeted. Fixed wireless equipment will be deployed for the Last Mile that will connect via wireless the Middle Mile to the existing ConnectGRADD infrastructure. Benefits/Outcomes: The tower in Henderson County will reach the outskirts of the City of Henderson, including commercial areas longing for greater internet access.


Fiscal Year 2013 Kentucky Project Summaries Muhlenberg County Broadband Awardee: Muhlenberg County Fiscal Court

Federal ID#: 61-6000791

Awardee Contact: Rick Newman

Telephone: 270-388-2520

County: Muhlenberg, KY

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA

$ 119,965

41.00%

Applicant

$ 100,000

34.00%

Other

$ 75,000

25.00%

Total

$ 294,965

100.00%

Description: Broadband infrastructure to serve the citizens of Muhlenberg County. Benefits/Outcomes: The proposed project will enhance the quality of life for citizens throughout Kentucky’s Delta counties. Residents will maintain equal access to broadband internet, and such access will afford new and innovative business opportunities, as well as improving their overall quality of life. Fulton Project Solid Grey Awardee: Fulton Industrial Development Board

Federal ID#: 61-1076233

Awardee Contact: Eddie Crittendon

Telephone: 270-472-2125

County: Fulton, KY

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA

$147,928

3.00%

CDBG

$7,500,000

19.00%

TVA Loan

$1,500,000

38.00%

Company

$1,570,000

40.00%

Total

$3,967,928

100.00%

Description: The purpose of this project is to establish an automotive supplier in Fulton County. It will provide a minimum 50 new jobs to the region. Benefits/Outcomes: The project will create at least 50 permanent jobs. It will establish an international business in the region that will supply automotive parts to the automotive manufacturers in the southeast.


Fiscal Year 2013 Kentucky Project Summaries Improvements to Speculative (Spec) Building Awardee: Ballard County Industrial Development Board (IBD)

Federal ID#: 61-1216796

Awardee Contact: Terry Simmons

Telephone: 270-744-3232

County: Ballard, KY

Congressional District: 1

Funding: DRA

$ 307,000

19.00%

Applicant

$ 390,000

25.00%

Local

$ 850,000

56.00%

Total

$ 1,547,000

100.00%

Description: The purpose of this project is to establish an international exporting business in Ballard County. It will provide up to 80 new jobs to the region, diversify the local economy, grow the local tax base and have overall positive impacts on the community. Benefits/Outcomes: The project will assist the applicant to attract a new business to the region, creating up to 80 new jobs. It will also support the local industrial and business park by utilizing an existing spec building which is currently unoccupied.


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Project Portfolio - Kentucky - Fiscal Years 2013-2015  
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