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Congressman David Kustoff Visits The RailYard Co-Working Space

Posted 4/7/21

McKENZIE (APRIL 5) — U.S. Congressman David Kustoff was in McKenzie on Monday to visit the new RailYard Co-Working Space in downtown McKenzie.

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Congressman David Kustoff Visits The RailYard Co-Working Space

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McKENZIE (APRIL 5) — U.S. Congressman David Kustoff was in McKenzie on Monday to visit the new RailYard Co-Working Space in downtown McKenzie.
Monica Heath, executive director of the McKenzie Industrial Development Corporation and Mayor Jill Holland provided a tour of the multi-level facility.
Heath said the facility is the lone co-working space in rural west Tennessee and is owned by the McKenzie Industrial Development Corporation. It has four private offices, two conferences rooms, a gathering area, ‘hot’ desks for short-term and day use, high-speed internet, a coffee area, computer printer and fax, and ADA-approved restrooms.
The building was previously the Overflow Church. After a year of construction, the building was converted to a co-working space. Federal and state grants provided funding for much of the construction.

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