|Autauga County Groundbreaking For New Commercial Area in the Interstate Business Park|
FOR IMMEDIATERELEASE: September 14, 2022
State and Local elected officials and community leaders joining the Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce, Autauga County Industrial Development Authority, Autauga County Commission, Central Alabama Electric Cooperative, Central Access, to break ground at the new commercial development in the Interstate Business Park.
Autauga County, Prattville Chamber Celebrate Groundbreaking at the Interstate Business Park
AUTAUGA COUNTY, Ala. – Yesterday, the Autauga County Industrial Development Authority, the Autauga County Commission and the Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the commercial and retail development at the Interstate Business Park. Local elected officials, Chamber members, business leaders and community individuals gathered to celebrate this new commercial development in the fast-growing Pine Level and Marbury area.
“There is continued vision and continued partnershipst o make this project a reality. This is a big next step,” said Senator Clyde Chambliss. “We are looking forward to the benefits for all our citizens and providing jobs. At the end of the day, it is about a job and providing for our families.”
Representative Van Smith, who also serves as the Chairman of the Board for Central Alabama Electric Cooperative, said, “To have industrial development such as the buildings at the Interstate Business Park, you’ve got to have infrastructure for them. We are happy to be in a partnership not only with Central Alabama Electric Cooperative, but also with government and private business to provide that.”
The Interstate Business Park is an ideal location for financial, medical and professional services targeting the River Region. Fifteen lots are available at the site, all conveniently located next to Exit 186. The address is 103 Jesse Samuel Hunt Blvd, Prattville, AL 36066.
“The Interstate Business Park will grow jobs and provide services in this fast-growing area,” said Central Alabama Electric Cooperative President & CEO Tom Stackhouse. “We are excited to be a part of the community in this effort.”
Once completed, this development will allow residents to access goods and services closer to home.
“Thank you to Central Alabama Electric Cooperative for your continued investment in our county,” said Autauga County Commission Chairman Jay Thompson. “A lot of people live in this area of Pine Level. Every morning I see them lined up and headed to Montgomery, going to work. It makes me feel good knowing some of them will be able to stay in Autauga County and work.”
For all other questions, please contact Kristi G. Pieper, Autauga County Economic Development Director, 334.391.1710 or email@example.com.