$1.7M in ARPA-funded infrastructure, COVID-19 recovery approved

Adams County Sheriff Rich Wagner (second from right) presents an award to court security officer Donnie Hummer prior to the Adams County Board meeting on Tuesday. The County Board approved about $1.7 million in ARPA expenses related to infrastructure and the recovery of COVID-related expenses on Tuesday.

QUINCY — About $1.7 million in American Rescue Plan Act federal funding was authorized by the Adams County Board Tuesday for countywide infrastructure projects and the recuperation of county losses related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prior to Tuesday’s meeting, the County Board allocated about $6.5 million, or a little more than half of its ARPA funds.

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Please note that no Republican representing this area (LaHood, Davis, Miller) voted for this relief.

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