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Bristol ARPA committee to begin reviewing ideas

BRISTOL RESIDENTS AT an ARPA Funding Advisory Committee event at Bristol Elementary last week discuss suggestions for how to spend the town’s $1.1 million in ARPA money. The themes of affordable housing, affordable childcare and transportation came up frequently at the event and in the committee’s previous interactions with community members.  Photo courtesy of Valerie Capels

Priorities for spending Bristol’s $1.1 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds appear to be coalescing around several themes.

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