COLUMBUS, Ohio — Cleveland is in line to get a huge amount of money — and the most by far of any city in the state — as part of the billions in funding coming to city and state governments through the through the new federal coronavirus relief bill that President Joe Biden signed on Thursday.
Cleveland is eligible to receive more than $541 million over two years, almost $290 million more than Cincinnati, which will get the second most of any Ohio city, according to an analysis of the bill from the Congressional Research Service.
Just what would that mean to Cleveland? For comparison, Mayor Frank Jackson has proposed spending $371.4 million in 2021 on police, firefighters and general…
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