CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Members of Governor Gordon’s cabinet will hold a public virtual town hall on Friday, Dec. 3 to discuss American Rescue Plan (ARP) proposals currently under consideration.
Governor Gordon recently announced that there are more than $3 billion in proposals that the Strike Team is evaluating.
According to a press release from the Governor office, many of these proposals will not qualify for the $1 billion of ARP funds, but could qualify for other one-time funds or be funded through the new iWyomnfrastructure funding package.
The meeting will be held at 1 p.m. and include presentations on the Governor’s 10 goals and the associated proposals.
The ARP requires that all funds be obligated by the end of 2024 and spent by 2026. Comments on these proposals can continue through the Legislative session, which starts February 14, 2022. The Governor’s website has information on the projects and a page where the public can provide input.
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