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City Council Approves $2 Million of New Projects from Coronavirus Relief Funds

This article was archived on 11/29/2020

On Wed. evening, Tulsa City Council approved eight proposed projects part of Phase 1 of the Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF) programming to help Tulsans impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. City staff presented the projects, totaling more than $2 million. They aim at addressing the public health emergency through community-driven programs.

Phase 1 Projects:

The programming is part of the CARES Act funding awarded to the City of Tulsa. On August 13, Governor Kevin Stitt presented the City with $30.9 million to support individuals and families affected by the pandemic. The first project funded through CRF was the Internet Access Plan with $5.6 million to provide Internet access to Tulsa families and help students learning virtually from home.

The City will continue to utilize the CRF in the coming months to help offset the negative effects that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Tulsans.


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