The board approved five grants of $10,000 each May 27. Businesses with three to 25 employees were eligible for operating expenses going back to March 15, 2020. Each grant is for up to $10,000.
It approved the grants from the city’s COVID-19 business stabilization program to help the businesses create and retain jobs in eligible low-income census tracts. The city’s board of control took the actions Thursday.
The fund has $220,000 in it with $200,000 from the city’s Community Development Block Grant fund by way of federal COVID-19 relief money and $20,000 from the KeyBank News Boost and Build Program. Also, a contractor will be paid for demolishing the former Anthony’s on the River building; and the city is getting three new snow plow trucks.
• Happy Campers Learning Center, 518 E. Indianola Ave. • Sun Auto Sales, 1835 Glenwood Ave. • Kollege Tots and Kids II, 121 E. Rayen Ave.
The five other grants for $10,000 each and approved Thursday went to: The Lil Indians Mobile Meals, 3662 Loveland Road, requested $9,600 with the board approving that Thursday.
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