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BAY CITY, MI - The Bay City Commission will consider a recommendation to allocate a portion of the $31,076,578 that the city received from the American Rescue Plan.
On Monday, Nov. 1, commissioners will discuss whether or not to allocate a total of $2,636,113 to two items that were recommended by a subcommittee meeting focused on increasing the city’s population. The ‘increasing population’ subcommittee met on Oct. 19 after the city recently started breaking into subcommittees to discuss how to spend the over $31 million allotment.
Based on the subcommittee’s recommendations, the city will discuss a possible allocation of $636,113 to the city’s Community Development Department and $2 million to the city’s water fund. According to the agenda item, the money would be using in the Community Development program to fund two additional property maintenance inspectors for the next four years.
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