The Village of Flossmoor is expecting to see some coronavirus relief funds coming its way soon thanks to the federal CARES Act pandemic relief fund.
The village board voted unanimously Sept. 21 to approve an intergovernmental agreement with Cook County that paves the way for Flossmoor to claim $209,789.61 from the U.S. Department of Treasury via the county.
The program is designed to reimburse municipalities for costs associated with the coronavirus response.
Public Works Director John Brunke noted in a report to Village Manager Bridget Wachtel that the village has . . .
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