North Miami CRA Creates Grant Programs for Businesses Affected by COVID-19

NORTH MIAMI – To assist businesses during the threat of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the North Miami Community Redevelopment Agency (NMCRA) is creating two emergency relief grant programs for North Miami businesses within the CRA boundaries that have been severely impacted and are facing challenging times during this ongoing crisis. Consisting of two separate programs, the Emergency Relief for…

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City of St. Pete seeks to mobilize TIF district funding for Covid-19 emergency relief

The St. Petersburg City Council is set to resume regular Council meetings virtually, via Zoom, beginning April 16. On the agenda for the Council’s first meeting back will be the first reading of three ordinances related to Covid-19 emergency relief funding. Through the ordinances, Mayor Rick Kriseman’s administration seeks to mobilize three tax increment financing…

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WEBINAR: Small Business Disaster Resources and COVID-19

On Thursday, April 2, 2020, Becker and the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce presented an interactive live webinar on Small Business Disaster Resources and COVID-19. Moderated by Jennifer Bales Drake, Shareholder and Vice Chair of Public, Private Partnerships (P3) practice group, Becker, the live webinar featured panelists: Victoria Guerrero, U.S. Small Business Administration. Mike DiNapoli,…

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City Offers Financial Relief to Utility Customers Amid COVID-19

Program Provides Immediate Relief with Deferment Option One day after City Commissioners participated in an intergovernmental agency board decision approving a $1 million emergency disaster relief package for local businesses, the City of Tallahassee is launching a program to help further ease the financial burden that businesses and individuals may be experiencing as a result of…

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City of Clearwater staff, services find way to carry on in face of pandemic

The Clearwater Planning and Development Department and other city departments are staffed and operating, but the public may not go beyond the lobbies of those buildings. But myclearwater.com — the website where residents can pay fines, apply for and pay for various licenses and permits including business tax receipt, tree removal licenses, and view city records,…

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