Lyndon Holds Special Meeting On Spending ARPA Funds

The funds are subject to limitations in how they are spent.
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The Lyndon Village Board met in a special session on Wednesday, May 31 to discuss the expenditure of the the Village’s ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) Funds totaling approximately $45K, which the Village received to stimulate its economy during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Mayor Becky Piester said she was concerned that the Village may lose the funds if they were not spent soon. During the meeting the board approved the expenditure of the funds in two categories; Communication and Water.

On the water side of the leger approval was given for the purchase of thirty water meters as part of a project to continue to replace any existing meters with those that can be read remotely. A replacement fire hydrant, some of the cost of completing a water line update on the east end of the Village near the G2 Company, and a new computer to be used by the public works.

For communications, the Village approved funds to be used to upgrade the police department’s computer and to add a computer in the Village Office that can be used for presentations during Village meetings.

The next regular Village Board meeting is schedule for Tuesday, June 13th at 6:00PM.

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