(Louisville, KY) - Metro government wants to improve parks, libraries, childcare centers and the health of the community.
Those are the priorities Louisville's leaders laid out Tuesday while discussing how they want to use the fourth round of American Rescue Plan funds.
The nearly $87.5 million is part of $388 million granted to Louisville as part of the ARP.
The plan will go before Metro Council's budget committee next month and if passed by the full council, would leave Louisville with $53 million in unallocated ARP funds.
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