ARC/EPA ARPA Hub Update – April 19

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  The Community Capacity Training Hub is your one-stop shop for discussion and resources related to ARC and EPA’s training series on the ARPA Local Fiscal Recovery Fund. Things are happening on the Hub! This week, participants have added helpful new guidance from the Department of Treasury added to the Resource Library and a new […]

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DDAA Monthly: April 2022

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For all your LDD news! DDAA Monthly Annual Conference Slides Posted Thank you to all who participated in the 2022 NADO & DDAA Washington Conference, held from March 13-16 in Arlington, Virginia. Links to view presentations from the conference can be found here. How Are Appalachian Communities Using ARPA Funds? In our first set of […]

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ARC/EPA ARPA Hub Update – April 12

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  The Community Capacity Training Hub is your one-stop shop for discussion and resources related to the ARPA Local Fiscal Recovery Fund. Every week, we put new ARPA Fiscal Recovery Fund content on the Hub. If you’re looking for project ideas or answers to thorny compliance or eligibility questions, we are here to help. Our […]

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ARC/EPA Invites You to Connect to the Hub

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  You Are Invited to Connect to the ARC/EPA HUB Sign up or log into the Hub for all the latest information: Check out the presentation slides from the NADO/DDAA conference Join the conversation! Check out posted questions in the discussion area. Have a question? Post it to see what others have to say. Access […]

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DDAA Monthly: March 2022

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  For all your LDD news! DDAA Monthly Questions About ARPA Local Fiscal Recovery Funds? The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), enacted in March 2021, makes unprecedented funding available to combat the devastating health and economic impacts of COVID-19. The ARC research department’s preliminary analysis shows that Appalachian counties will receive approximately $5.3B in Local […]

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ARPA 101 Training Sessions

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  ARPA 101 Training Sessions  January 25 & 27, 2022 The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) makes unprecedented funding available to combat the devastating health and economic impacts of COVID-19, including more than $5 billion in Local Fiscal Recovery Fund allocations for Appalachian counties. How can local governments, and the local development districts (LDDs) that […]

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2022 Annual Conference: Call for Session Proposals

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DEADLINE: Friday, December 3, 2021 Background: The Development District Association of Appalachia is holding its Annual Conference in Arlington, Virginia from March 13-16, 2022. We plan to share cutting-edge ideas, highlight success stories and lessons learned, and engage with other LDDs during our annual gathering. DDAA is seeking compelling session proposals to ensure a comprehensive […]

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DDAA Announces New eLearning Course for Managers

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  Build Support With Legislators and Decision-Makers DDAA Announces Its Newest Free eLearning Course for Managers: Building the Case for Your Local Development District What kind of story are you telling? In order to serve their communities effectively over the long term, Local Development Districts must be equipped to tell the story of their local […]

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