Housing tops Phoenix’s pandemic fund shopping list

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

More than $93.5 million for housing – including $50 million to buy apartment complexes – tops the list of the Phoenix city administration’s spending suggestions for its second round of pandemic-relief money from the American Recovery Plan Act.

Those proposals also include $7.5 million to buy trees for 5,000 homes in “qualifying neighborhoods,” $13 million for free child care for a year for new city employees and $500,000 for a public restroom pilot program at the Human Services Campus.

In all, the shopping list totals $220.1 million but City Council will have to pare it down because the city will have $141 million in relief money to spend come the fiscal year that begins July 1.

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