Millcreek businesses struggling to survive the COVID-19 pandemic can get help from Millcreek Township.
The township is expanding its small business relief loan program to offer zero-interest loans to help business owners keep their doors open.
The township launched the program in January and made first-round loans totaling $ 207,800 last week. Eleven businesses received loans of up to $ 25,000 to help them make mortgage, rent and utility payments.
Loans now available up to $ 50,000 can also be used for working capital.
“Initially we wanted to be pretty conservative with the fund because we didn’t know what the answer would be and we wanted to make sure there was enough money for everyone,” said John Morgan, Chairman of the Board. Millcreek Township Watch.
“Once we …
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