Alpharetta has begun channeling some of the $2.8 million it is receiving in federal COVID relief aid from the CARES act to assist residents in need.
Pat Fox is the Managing Editor of Appen Media Group and covers Alpharetta.
While cities await a portion of Fulton County’s $104 million in federal relief aid, some organizations operating in the same cities are already enjoying a share.
The cultural and arts community will have a stronger voice in local government following action by the Alpharetta City Council.
City officials endorsed two grant applications Oct. 5 worth more than $1 million in new funding for the Alpha Loop, two multi-use trails encircling the city’s business core.
Alpharetta followed through on an earlier commitment to continue assistance to Tech Alpharetta, a technology startup engine the city has helped fund since it began in 2015.
Metro Atlanta cities appear ready to settle their feud with Fulton County over $104 million in federal relief aid for expenses incurred due to COVID-19.