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The Montgomery County Council is proposing grants to small businesses during the coronavirus crisis.

With so many small businesses shut down during the coronavirus pandemic, the Montgomery County Council is poised to create a $20 million program that would allow businesses to access grants so they can pay their bills and employee salaries.  Through the Public Health Emergency Grant Program, businesses and nonprofits with 100 or fewer full-time employees would be able to apply for grants of up to $75,000 each.

The Clayton Law Firm is following this bill as it proceeds through the Montgomery County Council. Contact us if you have questions whether your business is eligible and how to apply.

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