County issues update on collection, submittal of COVID-19 expenses for federal reimbursement
The Warren County Planning Department has been tasked with the collection and submittal of the county’s COVID-19 related expenses for federal reimbursement.
Planning Director Taryn Logan announced an estimation of nearly $70,000 in expenses from various county departments that include: the purchase of PPE, disinfectants and cleaning supplies; deposits for alternate care facilities; emergency child care costs; thermal shelter costs; and labor overtime costs associated with COVID-19.
Most expenses did not start occurring until late February and departments are still gathering related documentation. The planning department is continuing the organization, collection and submittal of expenses for reimbursement under FEMA’s Public Assistance Program.
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