Liverpool Township receives $45K in C.A.R.E.S. Act funds

LaCROFT — Liverpool Township trustees were the latest ones to take action to accept the township C.A.R.E.S Act funds.

During their regular meeting Monday, Trustees Keith Burke and Mike Bahen approved a resolution that would enable them to accept the nearly $45,000, which could only be spent to reimburse specific items. It was not announced how much they had spent on eligible deductions beyond items like masks, gloves and cleaning.

Due to the relocation of the administration offices from Ada Street to Boring Lane, additional paperwork had to be completed before the township could secure the funds officially.

Dennis Giambroni, who chairs the body, was not present Monday night so Burke oversaw the meeting.

Trustees also approved payment of $114,012.18 in warrants and discussed the upcoming work on Hill Boulevard, which they would handle with the city paying for their share.

In other business, Bahen announced that 16 streets in the Curry sector would see a speed limit reduction. Currently the Ohio Department of Transportation has it set at 55 mph but he said they recently approved it to be reduced to 25 mph and told Road Foreman Chris Bosworth that he need to order the signage and post it for it to be official.

Their next meeting will be 6:30 pm. Aug. 24 in the township administration building.


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