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The City of Union City is committed to the safety and well-being of our residents, businesses, staff members and visitors.  Essential to this commitment is open communication with our community about COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  Critical steps are necessary in following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control.  Careful planning is being used to determine the measures we are taking regarding the adjustments to our operations including event cancellations, and closings.  Health and safety remain our highest priority.

We are working with our partners at the county, state, and federal levels to monitor and understand the risks associated with the virus as well as the impacts it poses for communities.

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MAYOR AND COUNCIL SHARE A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO ALL FRONTLINE AND ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEES

 

CITY COUNCIL'S MESSAGE TO RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES 

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CITY OF UNION CITY IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE. 

NATIONAL LEAGUE OF CITIES CORONAVIRUS BRIEFING 

The National League of Cities held a briefing at its annual Congressional City Conference. Speakers talked about local government leadership priorities and coordination between cities and the federal government in response to the coronavirus outbreak.  

Congressman Scott Supports Legislation to Provide $250 Billion in Emergency COVID-19 Funding for Local Communities

Post Date:04/14/2020 11:46 AM

 Congressman Scott Supports Legislation to Provide $250 Billion in Emergency COVID-19 Funding for Local Communities

WASHINGTON, D.C.–Today Congressman David Scott (GA-13) co-sponsored the Coronavirus Community Relief Act, new legislation to provide $250 billion in stabilization funds for local cities and counties across the United States that are struggling amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. 

 

 On March 27th, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security or CARES Act was signed into law, providing $150 billion in stabilization funds for states and larger communities. However, the CARES Act limited localities able to receive direct support at those with populations of over 500,000. This excluded large metropolitan areas, cities, towns and rural counties that have been hit hard by the COVID-19 outbreak, including all of the cities located in Congressman Scott’s district. 

 

 “From Union City to Smyrna, I have heard from leaders across the Thirteenth District about the extraordinary steps they are taking to continue serving and protecting residents during the coronavirus pandemic,” said Congressman Scott. “Our communities need additional COVID-19 relief funds for emergency response and economic recovery efforts. I support the Coronavirus Community Relief Act to bring $250 billion directly to our cities and counties and to ensure that emergency relief is available for every city or county in need, regardless of population.”

 

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