CENTREVILLE – The St. Joseph County Commission has approved an application to receive money to help with COVID-19 expenses.
During their meeting Tuesday, the Commissioners held a public hearing on an application for a Community Development Block Grant CARES Grant.
County Grant Writer James Hissong says this funding is an allocation and works on an allocation basis. It will be used to prevent, prepare and respond to COVID-19 related expenditures.
Newly elected Florence Township Supervisor Tim Carls asked where this money is coming from. Hissong explains that it comes from the CARES Act which is Federal money, but it is being administered by the State of Michigan. Some communities received the money directly from the CARES Act. But because of St. Joseph County's size, Hissong says they will get the allocation through the State.
The Commissioners unanimously approved the grant application. Hissong says he will send it on to the appropriate agency.
(09-26-2020) 2020 United Way Radiothon Take In over $101,000
(09-25-2020) Rep. Jim Banks Announces Service Academy Day on October 31st
(09-25-2020) Blue Ribbon Schools Award Winners Receive Congratulations
(09-25-2020) AG Curtis Hill’s Proposed Data Protection Safe Harbor Rule
(09-25-2020) Indiana Enters Stage 5 Reopening on Saturday
(09-25-2020) Area Unemployment Rates Drop in Michigan Counties
(09-25-2020) Multi-State High Speed Chase Ends in Angola
(09-25-2020) On-line Tool to Track School COVID-19 Cases is Coming Soon
(09-24-2020) WVCF Facility Staff Receive Appreciation Meal
(09-24-2020) Lilly Grant to Fund Extended Reality Technology at Trine
(09-23-2020) Fort Wayne Walk to End Alzheimer’s
(09-23-2020) TrineOnline Degree Programs Now Available Through INTraining
(09-23-2020) Enjoy Fall Fun and Halloween Events, Starting Now
(09-23-2020) CARES Funds Money Being Used on Several Angola Buildings