$35,170 in grants were issued by the city for 2020.
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COVID-19 impacts mean tourism opportunities next year are unknown and LTAC grant funding opportunities are expected to be reduced.
The meeting will also include a public hearing on the City's 6-Year Transportation Improvement Program.
The City Council will discuss but not act on potential CARES and FEMA COVID-19 related funding and the 2021 budget.
"Currently we have very little leeway in doing the job that is expected of us."
The City Council will be asked to authorize mandatory water
Those positions, except judges, with 3 or more candidates will appear on the August 4th Primary Election ballot.
"Due to the uncertainty of whether Finance would be able to compile accurate data on affected accounts before April 30th, the decision was made to not notify the public before the bills were mailed."
Council will be asked to approve 2 revenue bonds (funded by utility revenue), refinancing an existing bond and issuing a bond of up to $4M to provide interim funding of Thornton Overpass expenses prior to receiving grant reimbursements.