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Tiburon, Belvedere set to get pandemic-relief funds

Updated: Apr 2, 2021

Tiburon stands to receive about $1.71 million and Belvedere about $396,000 in federal stimulus money as part of the American Rescue Plan, the $1.9-trillion coronavirus relief package signed into law by President Joe Biden earlier this month. Tiburon’s and Belvedere’s shares come from about $350 billion being funneled to state and local governments as part of the sweeping economic recovery plan, which also includes direct payments of $1,400 to most Americans, enhanced unemployment aid and subsidies for health-insurance premiums, as well as increased funding for coronavirus testing and vaccinations. Officials from both municipalities welcomed the influx of cash, which is based on population, though they said they’re still awaiting details about when the money will arrive and exactly how it can be spent.

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