WOODRUFF – The Permanent Community Impact Board (CIB) has approved a $564,392 grant for road improvements in Woodruff, Utah.

“These road improvements will significantly enhance safety and accessibility for the residents of Woodruff,” said board member Naghi Zeenati in a release, who represents the Utah Department of Transportation Commission on the Board. “We are proud to support a project that will make a significant difference in the daily lives of the community.”

The funds will be used to improve and reconstruct road surfaces and potholes on the town’s most-used streets.

The CIB provides grants and low-interest loans to cities, towns, and counties with funds generated from mining and oil and gas extraction on federal land. These projects aim to benefit rural Utah by creating safer and more livable communities. 

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