Senator Gerald Dial (R-Lineville) is pleased to announce that the city of LaFayette has secured a large federal grant for the construction of the Courthouse Square Streetscape. The office of Governor Robert Bentley informed Mayor Barry Moody and Senator Dial in a letter on June 25 that the city’s application for grant through the Federal Transportation Alternatives Program had been approved. The city of LaFayette has been awarded $399,095.00.
“I told the Governor’s office this was an very important project to the people of LaFayette, and I am pleased to see the grant come through,” said Senator Dial. “I had Mayor Moody helping me on the city’s side and I was able to talk with some key people in Montgomery. Teamwork and a lot hours got it done.”
Senator Gerald Dial represents District 13 in the Alabama Senate, which includes all or parts of Randolph, Lee, Cleburne, Clay, Cherokee, and Chambers counties. He serves as Chairman of the Senate Health & Human Services Committee. Gerald and his wife Faye reside in Lineville.