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Grants to support green alternatives

Sustainable transportation is getting a boost in the Colchester and Yarmouth-Digby areas.

The province awarded $23,000, through its Nova Scotia Moves program, to Nova Scotia Electric Vehicle Highway Services of Tatamagouche to build an electric vehicle charging station at the Truro Power Centre.

The funding will also be used to create a provincial network of 12 electric charging stations.

The Tatamagouche Village Commission was presented with $10,000 through the program to build a wheelchair-accessible path to the village library.

The Town of Truro was given $7,500 for a pilot program to use propane fuel in three vehicles and East Hants was granted $4,652 to support the use of a new energy-efficient vehicle.

The Town of Yarmouth was awarded $140,000 for the Clements Avenue multi-use trail and signage project.
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