Mar. 2—The Boulder City Council on Thursday unanimously approved adjusting the city’s 2023 budget by about $19.7 million.
The modification approved is a special adjustment which gives the city the ability to begin distributing its remaining American Rescue Plan Act dollars, said Boulder Senior Budget Manager Mark Woulf. Boulder typically OKs two such adjustments a year and occasionally more, particularly when there are extenuating circumstances or unexpected revenue such as the federal coronavirus relief funds.
Uses for city’s remaining $11.4 million in ARPA funds include $2.5 million for behavioral health improvements; $1.5 million for childcare support; $2.75 million to update Boulder’s […]
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