In response to the public health and economic crises as a result of the pandemic, Adam County commissioners will soon launch a non-repayable grant program known as the Adams Response and Recovery Fund (ARRF).

ARRF, created by the commissioners, is “designed to fund large-scale, high-impact projects in order to maximize the amount of beneficiaries,” said Harlan Lawson, economic development specialist in the Adams County Office of Planning and Development.

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