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News

Watch: How Should We Use $68.2 Million in ARPA Funds?

County Commissioners Hear Your Priorities for Douglas County

Posted on December 13, 2021 2021Economic Foundations

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You can now watch the first Town Hall Event held by Douglas County Commissioners regarding the distribution of $68.2 Million in ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds for county services.

Hundreds of Douglas County residents were online, on the phone or in person to hear discussion, ask questions and learn more about several proposals at the December 9th meeting.

County Commissioners Lora Thomas, Abe Laydon and George Teal remain committed to listening to your priorities and concerns.

Before the next meeting, you can join the discussion right now by emailing [email protected] or fill out the comment form on the special ARPA section on the Douglas County website. There, you’ll also find information about each of the currently proposed projects.

 

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