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College Station City Council to discuss $822,034 CARES Act distribution

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A public hearing is scheduled Thursday to discuss assistance to businesses and residences affected by COVID-19. The $822,034 in funds were given to the city as part of the CARES ACT, which established a $150 billion Coronavirus Relief Fund.

The meeting is expected to reveal the results of the city survey on the desired distribution of funds. Previous distributions provided rent and utility assistance for affected residences, and businesses also received relief funding in previous rounds.

The College Station City Council meeting is on Thursday at 6PM, and can be accessed by Zoom.

To make written comments for the Council or to speak to the Council, fill out the comment form on the Council website. City Council Comments

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