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Moline Survey on How to Spend American Rescue Plan Money

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Moline residents can help the city decide how to spend its money from the American Rescue Plan. The city expects to receive 20.2 million dollars from Washington to help recover from the pandemic.

Moline residents can help the city decide how to spend its money from the American Rescue Plan. The city expects to receive 20.2 million dollars from Washington to help recover from the pandemic.

Mayor Sangeetha Rayapati says a survey is now available on the city website, or in hard copies in city hall, for people to show their support for various projects. They include the economy, city facilities such as parks, and neighborhood improvement.

"We all know we need to address our infrastructure and we all know we need to make sure our businesses are recovering appropriately. So we'll take a broad look at things here together, and get information to city council members so they can make choices about how to spend the money."

The deadline to complete the survey is June 23rd, and it's available in English and Spanish.

The mayor also says she'll meet with other local government leaders later this month to talk about possible partnerships in the Quad Cities, using money from the American Rescue Plan.