Assistance for Loggers & Haulers
Here’s a news story about one of the latest relief programs, part of USDA’s Pandemic Assistance for Producers.
It’s about to get easier to apply for PPP loan forgiveness
From the US Chamber, 7.22: If your business was one of the millions that received a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan over the last year, the Small Business Administration is making it easier to apply for loan forgiveness. On Friday, July 23, the SBA is expected to announce details on its upcoming PPP forgiveness portal, which will allow loan recipients to apply for forgiveness directly through the SBA instead of through their lenders. According to Inc., SBA Administrator Isabel Guzman stated the forgiveness portal could be available as early as August 2021.
Disaster Recovery Guide
Now is always the time to think about preparedness, for whatever might come next. A good starting place is to download our free Disaster Recovery Guide. Even better? Schedule a meeting with an OCCC SBDC Business Advisor to talk over your plans in person.
Restaurant Revitalization Fund Updates
Has YOUR restaurant been funded? Let us know!
Echo Mtn. Arts Fund Round 2
If you or someone you know is an artist whose income was impacted by the Echo Mountain Fires last summer, check out the second round of this relief fund, overseen by the Lincoln City Cultural Center.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has stopped accepting new Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) applications from most lenders almost a full month before the $292 billion program’s application deadline.
The SBA informed lenders Tuesday afternoon that the PPP general fund was out of money and that the only remaining funds available for new applications are $8 billion set aside for community financial institutions (CFIs), which typically work with businesses in underserved communities. The agency also has set aside $6 billion for PPP applications still in review status or needing more information due to error codes.
Commercial Rent Relief
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This Spring, the SBDC will continue responding to the COVID-19 outbreak with a series of classes and workshops, delivered direct to your home or office via live videoconference. Some are even being delivered live, in-person, with robust social-distancing protocols in place. [Masks, as you will expect, are required.] The lineup may be updated throughout Spring and Summer ’21. Check out the lineup, here.
Every business in Lincoln County is sure to feel the effects of the pandemic in one way or the other. No business should feel they have to ‘go it alone.’ Your SBDC, and its army of partners and affiliate agencies and individuals, are here to help.
• Click to register now for free, confidential, one-on-one business advising – delivered soon, and via live video or teleconference, from our offices here in Lincoln County
The resources on this page will continue to change. This is a fluid and unpredictable situation. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, contact us via email or call 541-994-4166.