CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

City doubles number of grants for small business

At its meeting Monday, April 20, the Keizer City Council voted to dedicate $45,000 in economic development money it was receiving to forgivable loans to support small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

During the meeting, there was discussion of only nine $5,000 forgivable loans, but city leaders have since decided to break up the money further and offer 18 $2 . . .

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