Strasburg still determining how to use CARES Act funding
The Town of Strasburg has until Dec. 30 to spend its $354,742 in CARES Act funding.
The CARES Act gave Shenandoah County $3,805,328, which was then distributed to towns within the county.
Strasburg Town Manager Wyatt Pearson announced Monday during a town council work session he is still working out details regarding the distribution of funds, because of restrictions on how the town can spend money.
Pearson plans for the funds to be used to purchase personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies; modify workspaces to meet COVID-19 safety standards; improve teleworking and electronic meeting capabilities; and create a water and sewer grant program.
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