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Phase III of Small Business Grant Program For Rent Begins In York

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YORK-The Virginia Department of Housing & Community Development has awarded additional grant money to York County, Williamsburg, and Poquoson to assist businesses with less than 20 full-time employees. This begins the third phase of the program, which is being offered throughout the covid-19 pandemic. Business are eligible to apply for grant money for funding up to $15,000 for rent or mortgage expenses, a maximum of six months of payments. Previous recipients who have not reached the maximum amount may apply for additional assistance. Eligibility requirements and applications can be found at https://www.yesyorkcounty.com/311/COVID-19-Business-Resources.

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