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Series: Coronavirus | Story 144

Last updated 7/24/2020 at 10:12am

Courtesy of the City of Mill Creek

A preliminary design of the City Council chambers and where plexiglass sneeze guards may be installed. The shields will be paid for with federal CARES Act money.

Mill Creek Finance Director Jeff Balentine has suggested multiple ways of using federal CARES Act money to help COVID-19 recovery efforts, including everything from air filters for City Hall to $118,000 in hand sanitation stations for local businesses.

The City of Mill Creek has already spent about $60,000 that would be eligible for reimbursement for COVID-19 relief funds, Baltentine said at the City Council meeting July 14. His presentation included $543,000 in new projects that would be eligible for reimbursement. Another $75,000 would be set for the City's reserves for potential future...



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