Rescue plan

Moline pursues a few directions with US bailout money

The city has more than $20 million for various infrastructure projects

All Quad Cities are acting on plans to spend the millions of dollars they received from the US bailout.

Moline puts that money to work.

The city has over $20 million from the federal government.

A lot of that money is for infrastructure. But there are different ways to spend it.

Yes, this includes traditional street work. There is also a focus on improving internet access and modifying the new space created under the old I-74 bridge.

Moline is not focused on one thing when it comes to using US bailout money.

We talk about this and more with Mayor Sangeetha Rayapati.

“We know our street issues are important and we need to spend a lot of money on them,” the mayor said. Find out what else the city has in store in the video.

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