American Rescue Plan

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Lenawee County American Rescue Plan Funding Request

Under the provisions of the federal American Rescue Plan (ARP), Lenawee County has received funds that may be used for response and recovery related to COVID 19.  The Board of Commissioners has appointed a sub-committee of the board to receive and review applications for funding under this program.  This application is the first step towards possible funding under this act.

The 1st round of applications due December 1, 2021 for consideration. 

The deadline for the first round of applications has expired. Many applications have been submitted and are currently being reviewed.  

ARP Review Subcommittee
c/o County Administrator
301 N. Main Street
Adrian, MI 49221

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Scheduling the next ARPA subcommittee meeting is dependent on receiving input, both from a legal standpoint and a compliance standpoint, on the Final Rule and determination of allowable uses of ARPA funds as it applies to the applications and projects that the Committee had previously identified.  To date, we are still awaiting that input; therefore, no ARPA meeting has been set. 

Once we have set the date and time for a meeting, another notification will be sent out.  Please be sure that you have signed up for updates at   

 The next ARPA meeting will be a “Committee of the Whole” meaning it will be a meeting for all County Commissioners to attend.  The purpose of this meeting is to provide Commissioners with the information from both a legal and compliance standpoint, discuss the applications and projects that have been under consideration, and indicate which projects are allowable and which projects are not allowable per the Final Rule.  

This will be a public meeting and therefore you are encouraged to attend.

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