Columbiana County to disperse $3 million in coronavirus aid

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The cities, villages and townships in Columbiana County, as well as county commissioners, will receive a combined $3 million in federal funds

LISBON, Ohio (WYTV) – The cities, villages and townships in Columbiana County, as well as county commissioners, will receive a combined $3 million in federal funds to help local governments with coronavirus-related expenses.

According to the Morning Journal, the money comes from the CARES Act passed by Congress in April.

Commissioners will get $1.5 million, and the rest will be distributed among the 13 cities and villages and 18 townships based on population.

The county auditor said each local government is required to adopt a prepared resolution before its share will be wired to them.

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