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Binghamton announces $140,000 in COVID-19 small business assistance

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BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- Binghamton Mayor Rich David announced Monday a new round of COVID-19 small business assistance.

Mayor David says there is $140,000 in federal aid is available to small businesses that have 50 employees or fewer. It is the third round of COVD-19 relief that the city has offered through the CARES Act. Businesses that received aid in the first and second rounds will not be eligible for additional funding.

For information on how to apply, click here. The deadline to apply is 4 p.m. on May 19.

Of the relief, Mayor David said:

"Small businesses provide the local jobs and services that will fuel our community’s economic comeback and they deserve our support. There is still relief funding available to benefit small businesses that have fallen on hard times because of the Covid-19 pandemic and recession."

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