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South Bay ‘American Rescue Plan’ resources set to combat domestic violence, housing and hunger

Summary by Ground News
Chula Vista City Council approved Tuesday to allocate a total of $700,000 of its nearly $29 million funding given back in August of 2021 from the feds. $200,000 will go to the South Bay Community Services Corp Domestic Violence program, $400,000 to the Casa Nueva Vida Shelter Operations and $100,00 to the Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank. Meanwhile, the city also approved the 2022 Housing Report.
Published 2 months ago · South Bay, United States

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