American Rescue Plan webinar featuring Seth Robertson
American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act initial guidance has been released, and your funds are coming soon now what? Our American Rescue Plan webinar featuring Seth Robertson explains how you will be able to use your funding and what it means for future funding from the state.
In the spirit of making the most of critical funding, we are sharing the recording of this event with everyone for free!
You can also check out more ARP resources we have compiled for clients here.
On May 11, 2021 President Biden signed a third stimulus package into law, known as the American Rescue Plan Act.¯This act provides funding for units of government to use for replacing lost revenues and making needed investments in critical water, sewer, and broadband infrastructure. The initial guidance for the use of these funds has finally been released and funds are coming soon.
Seth Robertson, PE is WithersRavenel’s Head of Funding & Asset Management and a former North Carolina funding program manager. He has experience with funding programs from both sides of the table. He is also a certified Asset Manager and Professional Engineer, allowing him to understand and address challenges related to process design, project and program management, environmental permitting, and remediation design.
This American Rescue Plan webinar was originally held on WebEx on Wednesday, May 19, 2021, at 11 AM Eastern. To hear about future webinars and events, sign up for our newsletter.
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