NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development says the first six Select Tennessee Certified Sites are ready for development.
The Select Tennessee program helps Tennessee communities prepare available sites for investment and expansion.
To become certified, a site must have at least 20 developable acres, be properly zoned, have good road access and either have all utilities at the site or a formal plan to extend them to the site.
Current sites ready for development are in Livingston, Loudon, Oak Ridge, Lexington and two in Gallatin.
The Select Tennessee program accepts applications twice a year. The next round of applications can be submitted beginning on July 10.
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