Eleven Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $12,354,701 for water, water supply, sewer and wastewater infrastructure improvements. Loan commitments include energy and water conservation projects.
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Russ Pennington has been named deputy director at GEFA. Pennington will also lead the Governor’s Water Supply Program, working closely with Judson H. Turner, the state’s Environmental Protection Division (EPD) director in the new office established by Gov. Nathan Deal for interagency coordination and management of water resources.
The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) is reallocating $13,581,000 of the state’s Qualified Energy Conservation Bond (QECB) allotment to local governments.
Boyd Austin, mayor of Dallas, Ga., has been elected chairman of the GEFA board of directors effective January 1, 2015. He succeeds Dahlonega Mayor Gary McCullough.
GEFA Executive Director Kevin Clark announced today that Fuller Callaway has been selected as the Georgia Land Conservation Program (GLCP) manager.
Georgia communities are working to reduce range anxiety for electric vehicle drivers.
Gov. Nathan Deal has proclaimed October 30 as Weatherization Day in Georgia to encourage state residents to make energy-efficient improvements, or “weatherize” their homes, to conserve energy.
The GEFA board of directors awarded eight Georgia communities $12,964,210 in financing for water, sewer, solid waste and wastewater infrastructure improvements.
Nineteen Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $72,680,313 for water, sewer, solid waste and wastewater infrastructure improvements by the GEFA board of directors today.