How Phoenix plans to spend COVID aid

By Jessica Boehm | The Republic

The Phoenix City Council plans to prioritize small businesses, housing assistance and protection for city employees with COVID-19 aid money the city received from the federal government. 

Phoenix received $293 million from the Coronavirus Relief Fund, part of Congress’ $2.1 trillion CARES Act package. 

The city also expects to receive additional money through other CARES grants administered by federal departments, but the $293 million already arrived in the city’s coffers and is ready for dispersal.


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