Rockwood to apply for greenway, housing rehab grants from state

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Could lead to better use of Tom Fuller waterfront park

By Cindy Simpson

Rockwood City Council, seeking to ramp up the city’s recreational offerings, approved applying for grants to further develop Tom Fuller Park.

It also voted to apply for grants for housing rehabilitation.

Rockwood City Council voted last month to submit an application for a Tennessee Department of Transportation Alternatives Matching Grant to create a greenway to connect its waterfront Tom Fuller Park to downtown.

The greenway also has been discussed as a safe way to allow Ridge View Elementary students to bike or walk to school.

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