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One day left to have your voice heard

The Plumas County Board of Supervisors is asking its citizens how they would like to see COVID relief money spent. The county will be receiving $3.6 million in one-time funds to offset COVID  expenses.

The board asks the questions: What are the challenges you and your family and  friends have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic? What solutions or support should the County consider to help recovery?

President Joe Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) on March 11 to address public health and economic impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The federal government allocated a total of $3.6 million in ARPA funds to Plumas County.

To help determine how best to allocate these funds, the County invites all residents, 18 years and older, to participate in a community survey. Residents are encouraged to complete the web-based survey at https://chcevents.org/3qCfiPz by Dec. 15. You can also find the survey on the Plumas County website at https://plumascounty.us/ and Facebook. Paper surveys are located at the Plumas County Library branches in Quincy, Chester, and Portola.

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