WATERTOWN, NY — The City Council of the City of Watertown is committed to the prosperity of the City’s small businesses.
Recognizing the unprecedented challenges that our local business owners have faced and continue to face as a result of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the City Council has programmed $450,000 in financial aid to help the City’s small businesses in the wake of this crisis.
The City of Watertown Small Business Emergency Relief Program launched in late June and is funded using money that the United States Congress appropriated to the City of Watertown under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The goal of this program is to provide liquidity to small businesses
struggling with operating costs and other working capital expenses.
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