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Thursday, June 20, 2024


Dennis Tables Budget Adoption as Covid Funds Approach

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By Camille Sailer

DENNISVILLE – During Dennis Township Committee’s April 13 meeting, governing body members tabled the municipal budget’s adoption, given that, per Mayor Zeth Matalucci’s expectations, pandemic stimulus money from the Biden administration’s recent trillion-dollar-plus Covid initiative is on its way.  

“We are awaiting $600,000 in pandemic stimulus funding to offset losses we incurred from revenues we expected to generate, but did not because of the pandemic,” explained Matalucci. “We have recorded $212,000 in revenues lost because of the pandemic, including loss of state funding, and this money will put us in a better position. We can use $300,000 this year and the rest for the future,” Matalucci concluded. 

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