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Tuesday, December 05, 2017

Cherokee Forest grant
US Rep. Phil Roe, Republican of Tennessee announced Monday that the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads program will reimburse the U.S. Forest Service about $500,000, to reconstruct federally-owned roads damaged by heavy rains in December 2015. “The Cherokee National Forest is one of our area’s great treasures, and maintaining access to it is critically important.", the Congressman said. "At a time of tight budget constraints, and with wildfires consuming an ever-increasing portion of the Forest Service’s resources, funding like this will help ensure public access to the Cherokee is maintained.”


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