Recently, the New Albany Community Authority board authorized the city of New Albany to "use $5.15 million from the community authority's economic development fund for four projects expected to support business growth," ThisWeek Community News reports. Created using some of the revenue from "income taxes collected in the various business parks in New Albany," money from the fund "must be used for projects in the business parks." This money will be used to expand infrastructure at the Personal Care and Beauty Campus and the Zarley Industrial Park. For more, read the full story.