Prospect officials seek residence input on funds
Prospect Officials Seek Residence input on funds
Prospect, Connecticut - A town subcommittee is finalizing a survey to get resident feedback on how to spend on COVID-19 relief funds. The town received $1.4 million out of its total $2.8 million federal American Rescue Plan funds in June. The town's American Rescue Plan Act Funds Subcommittee consisting of town council members Theresa C. Graveline, Kathryn Zandri, Megan Patchkofsky and Michael Palmerie Jr. Discussed some of the options on what to spend the funds on and how to get public input. The goal for this meeting tonight was to get started, get sort of a wish list, see who else we want to contact directly and then talk about how we're going to engage the public," Graveline said at the subcommittee's virtual meeting on Wednesday.