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Lincoln City to hold public hearing on state revenue sharing

A public hearing will be held 6 p.m. Monday, June 8 at City Hall on the use of state revenue sharing for fiscal year 2020-2021 as provided in ORS 221.770. 

Lincoln City, Oregon

On Monday, April 27, the Lincoln City City Council approved $635,000 in emergency relief funding to the community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The relief funds will be split with $235,000 for lodging businesses and $400,000 for non-lodging businesses.

The funds will provide immediate relief to Lincoln City’s businesses that have been affected by the COVID- 19 emergency restrictions.

Earlier that day, City Council, along with the other cities in Lincoln County, voted to extend County Order 3-23-85 through May 31, which ordered the closings of vacation rental dwellings, short-term dwellings, homestay lodgings, hotels, motels, RV Parks, Private Campgrounds and similar lodgings with some exceptions.

The Lincoln City City Council has also extended the City’s Emergency Declaration through May 31.

This immediate assistance is in addition to the City’s utilities’ efforts already underway to stop water disconnections due to inability to pay, waive late fees and place every customer in need on a payment arrangement that meets their financial needs, and defer payment for up to 3 months. These changes ensure that those experiencing significant hardship due to the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic get relief on their water bills.

The Application will be available on Thursday, April 30 on the City’s website, www.lincolncity.org.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Their friends will get all most of the money. Just like the glass floats they hide on the beach and tell their friends where they are.

  2. That’s not much money, considering the amounts of money I see discussed in council meetings.
    There are lodging services like vrd managements that don’t deserve a dime, but that’s my opinion.
    Glass floats?- I know people that have found them. There’s a measure of luck, and some trick to finding them. A dog helps.

  3. Great for hotels etc. what about the small owner run businesses? No employees no money. Not good for small business owners!!

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