Lake City Business Association

Build Lake City Together Launches Membership for Lake City Businesses Until September 1, 2020 BLCT is offering free membership to Lake City Businesses in our work to formalize a new “Build Lake City Together Business Association” If you are a business in Lake City you can contact Chris at Chris.Leverson@CHS-WA.org for the simple membership acknowledgement […]

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Lease Amendment Tool Kit

Is your business or nonprofit behind in paying rent because of the Covid-19 shutdown? Announcing a new Lease Amendment Toolkit for small businesses and nonprofits Created in collaboration with the City of Seattle Office of Economic Development and Perkins Coie The Lease Amendment Toolkit is designed to give small businesses and nonprofits information and template documents so they can […]

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Free Legal Guidance for Small Businesses

Info From the Seattle Office of Economic Development “The small business legal support services that we’ve been working on with Communities Rise are ready!” COVID-19 Lease Amendment Toolkit: https://communities-rise.org/covid-19-resources/lease-amendment/ COVID-19 Legal Clinic intake form for businesses who are interested in meeting with a lawyer for a free 60-minute consultation: https://communities-rise.org/covid-19-resources/legal-inquiry/ General criteria to receive the services: ·        Must […]

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Business Info For May 13, 2020

Business Impact Survey and Additional Language Support Round Two of Business Impact Survey Now Open OED released the second round of the  COVID-19 Business Impact Survey on May 7. The first round of the survey was open March 18 – 31 and saw over 5,000 total respondents—over 2,000 of which were businesses in Seattle. The first round […]

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Paycheck Protection Program April 27th

Additional Relief Package of $484 Billion – Approved on Friday Info provided by the Seattle Office of Economic Development SBA Loan Application Support_English Small Business Administration (SBA) Loan Application Checklist_English Of the additional $484 Billion, $320B will work to replenish the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and $60B to replenish the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan […]

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