Landis officials provide plan for COVID-19 funds, discuss town’s financial position – Salisbury Post

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By Natalie Andersonnatalie.anderson@salisburypost.com
LANDIS — Landis town officials on Monday presented a spending plan coronavirus relief funds and outlined positive outcomes from the 2019-20 fiscal year.
The town of Landis was allotted $91,370 in Coronavirus Relief Funds from the county and has since submitted a plan to the outlining that the funds will be used for disinfection supplies, payroll expenses and emergency paid sick leave.
Diane Seaford, the town’s finance officer, said Monday during the Board of Aldermen meeting that $79,842 of the funding will be used for expenses related to the disinfection of public areas and other facilities, including the walk-up window at Town Hall; plexiglass/glass barriers at utility transaction windows; touchless hand sanitizer dispensers throughout town facilities; fan filtration units in public areas; audio and camera equipment; and touchless sinks at the town park and pool.
Additionally, $8,668 will be used for payroll expenses incurred due to COVID-19 payment plans, along with $2,859 for emergency paid sick leave for employees who were required to quarantine due to COVID-19.
The plan can be amended as needed to ensure all office time related to the pandemic and emergency paid sick leave are covered.
Seaford also provided a list of “positive …

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