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‘We’re going to help people’

Longmont Times-Call: The Boulder County commissioners this week approved an initial slate of 10 projects to address disparities exposed by the pandemic using American Rescue Plan Act relief money. Projects include providing direct cash assistance to families with young children, creating a new mental health services navigation hub and supporting affordable housing projects. The projects, totaling …

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Will New Yorkers Vote “Green” This Fall? The $4.2 Billion Environmental Bond Act, Explained

Examiner Plus: In November, New York voters have the opportunity to greenlight a landmark $4.2 Environmental Bond Act, which, if approved, will provide communities across the state with much-needed dollars to fortify themselves in the fight against climate change. New Yorkers have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to voice their support for building resilience and mitigation strategies …

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Longmont early childhood village part of American Rescue Act proposals

Longmont Leader: A $1.5 million infusion of “seed money” for an early childhood community village in southeast Longmont is one of the proposals being weighed by the Boulder County Commissioners, who will decide where to distribute  pieces of $63 million in American Rescue Plan Act relief money. The early childhood center would encompass training for …

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Boulder County hears proposals for $63M in federal relief money

Daily Camera: Providing direct cash assistance to low-income families, investing in affordable housing projects and creating a mental health community response team are among the proposed Boulder County projects to address disparities exposed by the pandemic. Three working groups, tasked with developing ideas to spend the just over $63 million in American Rescue Plan Act …

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FEMA REGION 2: Urban Planning for Climate Change: Resilience, Adaptation and Mitigation

Please join Region 2’s Climate Adaptation Initiative Committee (CAIC) for our next Lunch & Learn on Urban Planning for Climate Change: Resilience, Adaptation and Mitigation. Moderated by John Miller from the Mitigation Division, this event will feature Subject Matter Experts who will speak on urban planning, adaptation measures and practices, flood risk management and green …

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