SWVA counties, small businesses receive $840k in VCEDA grants | WJHL | Tri-Cities News & Weather

LEBANON, Va. (WJHL) — The Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority (VCEDA) awarded $840,000 in grants to several Southwest Virginia counties and small businesses on Thursday.

At Thursday’s meeting, the Buchanan County Industrial Development Authority received an up to $500,000 grant to finance utilities installations and extensions, other improvements, and costs to serve a 57-acre medical campus at Southern Gap.

The Dickenson County Industrial Development Authority received a $200,000 grant to finance building construction, renovation and rehabilitation, the purchase of furniture, fixtures and equipment and other improvements for the Haysi Trails Center.

The Napoleon Hill Foundation received $50,000 for workforce development and training to assist with the development and implementation of an online interactive course in entrepreneurial skills for high school students in the VCEDA region.

Seed capital matching fund grants of $10,000 were also approved for the following nine small businesses:

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