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The Clark County Commission made their final disbursements of the nearly $800,000 in federal CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act funds in late November. The total amount awarded in the final round of funding was $302,229.37
Fourteen local businesses, government agencies and organizations applied for funds, according to Clark County Clerk Kelly Waples.
The Tri-State Bluegrass Association applied for $10,900, but was not awarded any funds.
The Consolidated Public Water Supply District #1 applied for and received $4481.99 for a drive-up payment drop box, and for desk shields.
The Break Room in Kahoka applied for and received $878.26 for cleaning supplies.
Sissy & Me Daycare in Kahoka applied for and received $3135.50 for lost income due to being quarantined.
Papa’s Pizza applied for and received $2168.55 in cleaning and other supplies.
Industrial Opportunities applied for $82,442.02 for lost revenue, but were not awarded any funds.
The Clark County Office of Emergency Management applied for $14,500.10 in additional hours worked between March and November due the pandemic. They were awarded $5574.36.
The Clark County R-1 School District applied for and received $34,156.56 for masks, PPE, earbuds, homework lesson envelopes, laptops, cleaning equipment and sanitizer.
Clark County government applied for and received $70,000 for laptops, cleaning supplies, PPE, and the upcoming CARES Fund audit. The assessor’s office will also purchase software to allow access to maps and deeds online.
Kassi Kiger’s daycare applied for and received $2000 for lost income due to quarantine.
The University of Missouri Extension Council applied for and received 311.58 for shields.
The City of Kahoka applied for and received $1551.47 for wages for a quarantined employee.
Kahoka State Bank applied for and received $1228.08 for shields, supplies and computer cable.
The remaining $176,743.07 was awarded to the Clark County Health Department. The Health Department has an exception allowing them until April 1 to turn in receipts for their CARES expenses.