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Flagler County, Fla. ARP Plan

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    Flagler County, Fla. ARP Plan

    Flagler County's Phase One projects include $1.8 million to expand water and sewer infrastructure to underserved areas, over $4.8 million for additional water and sewer infrastructure projects, $500,000 to expand mental health therapy, $300,000 for mental health clinics, $1 million to reimburse lost revenue, $1 million for network upgrades to increase the county's telework capability, $80,000 to expand program space for the Florida Department of Health-Flagler and $1 million to expand broadband capabilities.Phase Two projects include $1.2 million to implement the county storm water drainage plan, $1 million to reimburse lost revenue, $3.9 for additional water and sewer infrastructure, $125,000 to implement a drive-thru window at the tax collector's office to reduce close contact with customers, $4 million to implement pandemic mitigation measures at public facilities, around $448,000 to increase availability of public restroom facilities and $500,000 for network upgrades to increase the county's telework capability.

    Flagler County's Phase One projects include $1.8 million to expand water and sewer infrastructure to underserved areas, over $4.8 million for additional water and sewer infrastructure projects, $500,000 to expand mental health therapy, $300,
    2021-10-01
    County Examples & Solutions
    2021-11-08

Flagler County's Phase One projects include $1.8 million to expand water and sewer infrastructure to underserved areas, over $4.8 million for additional water and sewer infrastructure projects, $500,000 to expand mental health therapy, $300,000 for mental health clinics, $1 million to reimburse lost revenue, $1 million for network upgrades to increase the county's telework capability, $80,000 to expand program space for the Florida Department of Health-Flagler and $1 million to expand broadband capabilities.Phase Two projects include $1.2 million to implement the county storm water drainage plan, $1 million to reimburse lost revenue, $3.9 for additional water and sewer infrastructure, $125,000 to implement a drive-thru window at the tax collector's office to reduce close contact with customers, $4 million to implement pandemic mitigation measures at public facilities, around $448,000 to increase availability of public restroom facilities and $500,000 for network upgrades to increase the county's telework capability.

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