ANGOLA — The city of Angola has received funding from the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act funds through Governor Eric Holcomb’s $300 million allotment to cities and towns.
This week the Angola Common Council approved additional projects that will use the funds for upgrades at various city building heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, ADA compliance at Commons Hall and interior upgrades at the facility that used to be the Odd Fellows Lodge that’s now part of Commons Park.
The City of Angola was awarded a little over $282,000 in funding. To date, the city has spent less than $63,000.
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