From The Montgomery County website:
The Montgomery County Recovery Office has almost completed its initial reviews of the 426 project submissions to the Pandemic Recovery Fund. As the Recovery Office completes its reviews, eligible and complete submissions are being forwarded to the External Review Committee for scoring. The Committee is now in the process of scoring all submissions against our scoring rubric. Each submission will be scored by up to 10 reviewers. The average score of all reviewers will be the submission's final score.
Submitters can expect to receive an email notification with their submission's final score by June 24, 2022. Once all eligible submissions have been scored, the Recovery Office and County Management will prepare the list of funding recommendations into a "Draft Recovery Plan." All submitters will receive an email notification regarding their submission's conditional acceptance or rejection into the Draft Recovery Plan by July 18, 2022. The Recovery Office will be hosting a series of community conversations to share the Draft Recovery Plan during the weeks of July 18 and July 25. The public will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the Draft Recovery Plan during this time- we will share how to register for events or provide written comment in future updates. The Recovery Office will take any feedback received into consideration as it prepares the final Recovery Plan, which will be approved by August 18, 2022. All submitters will receive a final confirmation of their funding status at that time and all funded projects will be posted on the County's website.
The Township submitted a proposal to the Montgomery County Recovery Office in the amount of $6 million to expand Ardmore House. An estimated additional $3 million would be needed to make the expansion a reality. At any given time, Ardmore House has a 4 year waiting list with 70-80 people on it.