Middle-West Region

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Alexa Voytek

Coordinator
alexa.voytek@tn.gov / 615-532-0238

We are pleased to welcome Alexa to the Clean Cities programs operating in Tennessee!! She started February 1, 2017 but hits the ground running as she has been involved with coalition activities over the two years.  We will add some more information about and a photo of Alexa here in the near future!

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Directors:
President – Robert Cheney, Waste Management
Vice President – Debbie Henry, The Transportation Management Association (TMA)
Secretary – Gail Bost, American Lung Association
Treasurer – Rick Warren, FerrellGas

Advisors:
Laurel Creech, Metro Government, Nashville & Davidson County
Chip Gifford / Eddie Davidson, Piedmont Natural Gas
Mick Henderson, Commonwealth Agri-Energy
Mickey Randolph, Randolph Accounting Resources
Tim Rayburn, UPS

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Middle-West Tennessee Clean Fuels serves 47 counties in the western half of the state.

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Bedford
Benton
Carroll
Cheatham
Chester
Crockett
Davidson
Decatur
Dickson
Dyer
Fayette
Gibson
Giles
Hardeman
Hardin
Haywood

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Henderson
Henry
Hickman
Houston
Humphreys
Lake
Lauderdale
Lawrence
Lewis
Lincoln
Macon
Madison
Marshall
Maury
McNairy
Montgomery

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Moore
Obion
Perry
Robertson
Rutherford
Shelby
Smith
Stewart
Sumner
Tipton
Trousdale
Wayne
Weakley
Williamson
Wilson

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Clean Cities coalitions that desire official recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy must complete a stringent process, gather partner support, and complete a detailed program plan. The coalition became an official participant in the DOE Clean Cities program on October 13, 2004.

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2015 – Most Diverse Growth of Alternative Fuels & Technologies, Awarded by DOE Clean Cities


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