As the Murphy City Council begins to think about wrapping up business for the calendar year, councilmembers heard updates on the final phase of the water meter project and the recent performance of city-held investments and American Rescue Plan funds, during the Tuesday, Oct. 18 regular meeting.
Council kicked off the meeting with a presentation by Budget Officer Shahrzad Rizvi on remaining COVID-19 American Rescue Plan funds held by the city.
According to Rizvi, the city received a second tranche of funds Sept. 26, which means the city, in total, has received $5.09 million in stimulus money.
By Kyle G. Horst
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