A total of 14 nonprofits received money in this latest funding round.
During a public hearing, an overwhelming majority of commenters asked the Council to end the moratorium.
Sammamish has until Oct. 31 to figure out how to disburse $1.57 million to aid economic recovery.
Sammamish has a relatively low rate of COVID-19 tests, cases, hospitalizations and deaths when compared to the rest of King County.
The city has issued successive moratoriums to pause development as it figures out how to comply with a state board ruling by November.
The move comes four months after Washington state issued a stay-at-home order to control COVID-19.
Mayor issued an apology, and City officials blamed COVID-19 and new staff for the oversight.
Interim city manager David Rudat was granted a permanent contract by the Sammamish City Council during a meeting on June 16.
Council meeting on June 16 concluded with a vote to explore commissioning public art.
Indy on Air dives into the Sammamish Town Center debate, and the competing visions for Sammamish’s future.