Alamance Commissions Seek Public Input on How to Spend $26.3 Million
Do you have an idea of how Alamance County should spend the $26.3 million it has remaining in federal Pandemic relief dollars? The county’s board of commissions plans to host a public forum to discuss use of those funds at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 10. The public forum will be in the main courtroom of Alamance County’s historic courthouse. The county received approximately $33 million under the American Rescue Plan Act, which Congress adopted in March. The county has spent only about $6.5 million of the federal funds.