COALPORT — Coalport Borough Council mentioned troubles with submitting a latest application for COVID-19 aid funding.
Council President Paul Zupich advised council the borough obtained data, noting it was entitled to obtain up to $51,000 in America’s Rescue Strategy resources over a two yr period.
An software had to be submitted requesting the resources for qualified tasks. Zupich mentioned the concern arose when the borough’s Method for Award Administration number was put on the application.
“We worked really tricky on distributing an software and then uncovered the borough’s business enterprise identify, handle and e-mail doesn’t match what is on file with the registry,” he explained to council. He claimed not only did the facts not match, borough officials were not permitted to receive the information on file.
He as opposed trying to uncover details about the borough to getting an investigative reporter.
“It’s like staying in the (Central Intelligence Agency) each time it wishes to investigate someone.”
He stated though a variety of configurations of facts was submitted to the method, they were not the proper types. Condition Sen. Wayne Langerholc Jr.’s place of work was capable to help the borough in obtaining the information necessary so that the SAM number could be corrected.
“We could have never figured it out on our personal. We never would have gotten the facts without Sen. Langerholc’s support,” he defined.
He reported the borough is hoping to get the appropriate info in for the SAM number so that it can receive the ARP money.
“That is our priority to get this selection,” Zupich explained.