Davenport, IA – According to the statement, the Davenport City Council members officially met on Wednesday, July 28.
The 18-item plan passed on a 9-1 vote.
Officials say that the West Locust Sewer Project won the largest part of money.
With the $14 million, the council is hopeful that project can officially be finished.
The second largest project was $6 million to the new Main Street Landing “Adventure Play & Event Lawn.”
Neighborhood park renovations and installations will amount to $8.5 million, which is a fourth of the spending plan.
The city expects to receive nearly $41 million in federal money from the American Rescue Plan, leaving a spending plan deficit of just over $2.1 million.
The Davenport City Council members other federal, state and county funds to become available through the federal stimulus package.
This story will be updated when new information is available.