On Tuesday, October 5, 2021, the National Organization of Cities (NLC) launched a study on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as positive government plan on city financial resources in 2021.
Dr. Christiana McFarland provided a review of the record’s searchings for, adhered to by a panel conversation with co-author Michael A. Pagano as well as city spending plan supervisors Marisa Waxman (City of Philly), Andrew Dudas (City of Cincinnati) as well as Susan Gooding-Liburd (City of Miramar, FL).
This year’s evaluation of study as well as financial information from 444 cities discovers that on equilibrium, cities finished FY 2020 with the very first circumstances of income loss given that the Great Economic downturn, as well as allocated more decrease for FY 2021. Government support has actually contributed in aiding cities recoup from the pandemic as well as adding to an extra favorable financial expectation.
To see the record as well as study the information, click here.