ADECA director visits Cullman County, assesses flood damage

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(Photos courtesy of ADECA)

CULLMAN, Ala. – Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) Director Kenneth Boswell visited Cullman County Thursday to view progress on current projects. He also surveyed recent flooding damage at Cullman County parks and damage to the Crooked Creek Bridge on County Road 940 and other roads around Cullman County. 

ADECA Director Kenneth Boswell with Cullman County Commission Chairman Jeff Clemons and Cullman County Parks and Recreation Director Doug Davenport at Stony Lonesome OHV Park 

Cullman County Parks and Recreation Director Doug Davenport, ADECA Director Kenneth Boswell, Cullman County Economic Development Director Bradley Williams and Cullman County Commission Chairman Jeff Clemons survey a damaged bridge at Stony Lonesome OHV Park. 

Cullman County Economic Development Director Bradley Williams  and ADECA Director Kenneth Boswell at Crooked Creek Bridge on County Road 940

Cullman County Economic Development Director Bradley Williams  and ADECA Director Kenneth Boswell at Smith Lake Park