City planning for covid relief money spending


The city of Colorado Springs has presented a plan to City Council on how to spend more than 76 million dollars received from the government for covid relief. The money can be spent on public health expenditures, helping businesses and families impacted by covid, and on infrastructure. The current plan directs 28 million to essential government services, 27 million to infrastructure and 13 million to economic recovery which includes assisting local businesses. The city also received another 17 million dollars in federal funds. Most of the that money will be used for affordable and low income housing in the area.

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