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In a very light agenda for tomorrow evening’s meeting, the Valdosta City Council nonetheless will contemplate $1,978,502.40 in spending.
They will also hear an audit report.
Hydrogen Generator for the Crime Lab
will come out of $36,000 from the General Fund.
“This is the equipment that is used for drug
identification and blood alcohol testing.”
The two Grant Selection Committees will dispense funds from the
$16,254,692 allocated to Valdosta by the federal government
in an American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) grant, of which $8,127,346 has been received to date.
The City Council previously allocated
$945,000 for nonprofits
$1,000,000 for small businesses.
These Committees will decide which organizations get the funds.
You probably recognize many of the names on the committee candidate lists.
Here is the agenda.
The board packet, received in response to a LAKE open records request,
on the LAKE website.
REGULAR MEETING OF THE VALDOSTA CITY COUNCIL
5:30 PM Thursday, May 19, 2022
CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBERS