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File #: 20-5414   
Type: Miscellaneous Item
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 9/17/2020
Posting Language: Ordinance amending the Recovery and Resiliency Plan for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and supplemental initiatives to further the objectives of the plan. [Maria Villagómez, Deputy City Manager; Ana Bradshaw COVID-19 Financial and Performance Liaison]
Attachments: 1. Revised Line Item Budgets, 2. Staff Presentation, 3. Ordinance 2020-09-17-0658
Related files: 20-7269, 20-3385
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DEPARTMENT: City Manager's Office


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Ana Bradshaw, COVID-19 Financial and Performance Liaison


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: City Wide


SUBJECT:

Amendments to the Recovery and Resiliency Plan


SUMMARY:

An ordinance amending the Recovery and Resiliency Plan for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and any supplemental initiatives


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

City Council approved the Recovery and Resiliency Plan for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on June 4, 2020 to assist residents and businesses negatively impacted by the pandemic. The plan was developed around the five Guiding Principles of: 1) Public Health and Safety; 2) Equity; 3) Braided Funding; 4) Community Resiliency; and 5) Well-being.

The work was comprised of four pillars: Workforce Development, Housing Security, Small Business Support, and Digital Inclusion. Each pillar was comprised of multiple initiatives with identified budgets for each initiative. Funds were appropriated as follows.

Pillar
Federal Funds
General Fund
Total
Workforce Development
$12.7 Million
$62.3 Million
$75.0 Million
Housing Security
$50.5 Million

$50.5 Million
Small Business
$38.1 Million

$38.1 Million
Digital Inclusion

$27.3 Million
$27.3 Million
Total
$101.3 Million
$89.6 Million
$190.9 Million

In addition, City Council approved the plan to fund the City's ongoing emergency response to the pandemic. Funds in the amount of $190,796,808 were appropriated to fund eligible payroll expenses, the health implementation plan, and supplies and equipment for the City's Emergency Response Plan. Funds were appropriated as follows.

Pillar
Federal Funds
Health Implementation Plan
$54.5 Million
City Response Payroll
$114.6 Million
Supplies and PPE
$21.7 Million
Total
$190.8 Million

Staff have continued to monitor the expenses associated with the Recovery and Resiliency Plan and City's emergency response. Three ongoing challenges were identified and presented to City Council on September 9. Those challenges included:
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