LA County wants to give $3,000 each to small businesses coming back from coronavirus
By Elizabeth Marcellino DailyNews.com
LOS ANGELES — As restaurants welcome diners back and other retail businesses open their doors to customers under Los Angeles County’s revised public health guidelines, the Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a variety of plans intended to support those businesses.
Supervisors Hilda Solis and Janice Hahn co-authored a motion calling for grants of up to $3,000 for businesses with fewer than 100 employees to help them pay for masks, hand sanitizer and other safety-related supplies.
Ensuring compliance with public health regulations is critical not just to limiting the possibility of a surge in coronavirus cases, but to consumer confidence, the supervisors said.
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