Additionally, the village has created a Small Business Community Grant Program to provide assistance to the smallest and hardest hit businesses that are struggling during this time. $500 grants will be given to businesses who apply and meet qualifications, including those that had less than $500,000 in sales for the 2018 tax year. … [Read more...] about No Permit Fees For Restaurants Requiring Outdoor Seating: Village
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“In the midst of the unprecedented challenges caused by COVID-19, Travel Guard has deployed significant additional resources to meet the demands of an extraordinary volume of claims, including those involving requests for premium refunds and the recovery of trip cancellation costs,” the statement said. … [Read more...] about Column: Sorry your trip got canceled. But we’re keeping your travel-insurance money
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We are continuously overwhelmed with the support we receive from the Naugatuck community. Our CSA sold out for the second year in a row, our tulips sold out this spring, and our eggs consistently sell out each week. … [Read more...] about Sunset Farm To Open on May 29
• We’ve lost count of the “milestones” in the Second Avenue Subway saga, so forgive us for not sharing in the MTA’s glee over the news that a construction contract signing is imminent. Key phrase: “The third groundbreaking ceremony will be the charm, MTA officials said.” [amNY]NYP] NYPD recruits, reports the Daily News (whose new site design is lovely), that the Police Academy is offering them a $500 credit card. As opposed to, say, a $500 pay raise. [NYDN]th Street, shut its doors in style Saturday — with a gay bash that attracted 4,000 and lasted until Sunday noon. The building — suddenly a neighbor to Frank Gehry’s NYC debut — will, naturally, be “redeveloped.” [NYT]D.A. Arthur Branch on Law & Order) is mulling a presidential run. He spent more time in the Senate than Obama (1994 to 2003). [WNBC] … [Read more...] about Cops Broke, Case Open