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Lompoc asking for public input on how to spend $13 million in economic relief

LOMPOC, Calif. - Lompoc city officials are seeking community input on the best way to spend more than $13 million in economic relief funds received through the American Rescue Plan Act.

The city is planning to address a variety of infrastructure needs such as updates to the city’s police and fire departments, public library, and recreation divisions.

Jim Throop, Lompoc's city manager, said the city projects to have a surplus for this budget and the economic relief funds will help the city's recovery.

“It’s little, but we’ve been cutting for the last 8 to 10 years, so we’re finally turning the corner and this package that we’re getting as a stimulus is going to be extremely helpful,” Throop said.

The survey is available online in both English and Spanish and will be available through May 14.

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