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Dutchess County Comptroller Gregg Pulver Releases 2024 Q1 Update on Allocation and Spending of American Rescue Plan (ARP) Funds

Published: 5/31/2024

For More Information Contact:

Alana Sawchuk, Executive Assistant to the Comptroller /
(845) 486-2050

The Dutchess County Comptroller’s Office has released their Q1 Special Update Report on the ARP federal funding, the "Dutchess Invests" spending plan, and actual expenditures/obligations of the County as of March 31, 2024. The County has received a total of $57,148,397 in ARP funds and has since spent $30,368,728, of which $1,392,004 was spent in the 1st quarter of 2024.

The four largest expenditures from Q1 were for: (1) Architectural planning and design of the Youth Opportunity Center – $446,389; (2) Equipment upgrades, design, planning, and installation of a new radio system for Emergency Response – $271,451; (3) Planning, design, and construction administration for temporary emergency housing at 150 North Hamilton Street in the City of Poughkeepsie – $88,150; and (4) Project management/quality assurance during implementation of the new radio system for Emergency Response – $77,286.

As of March 31, 2024, $42,111,329 of the total ARP allotment was budgeted as revenue, $30,368,728 had been spent, and another $7,088,301 has been encumbered or obligated for payment. A total of $19,691,368 of the funding received has not yet been obligated.

The ARP Update report can be found here (.pdf).