Legislator Mulé Spreads the Word about the Boost Nassau Resource Center in Baldwin Business Community
Community, Charity & Cause
By Chris Boyle
Published: July 27 2021
The Legislature has approved County Executive Curran’s proposal to apply tens of millions of American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds toward business recovery initiatives.
Legislator Mulé speaks to Baldwin business owners on Saturday, July 17 about the Boost Nassau Resource Center and new County-level recovery grant and loan programs for small businesses.
Photo by: Office of Legislator Mulé
Nassau County Legislator Debra Mulé (D - Freeport) visited Baldwin business owners recently to spread the word about the opportunities that are available through the Boost Nassau Resource Center. During her visits to local merchants, Legislator Mulé urged small business owners to secure their fair share of assistance by availing themselves of the Boost Nassau Resource Center, which compiles federal, state, county and town-level COVID-19 recovery assistance resources into a centralized website and brick-and-mortar resource center in Eisenhower Park.
To further supplement existing aid resources, the Legislature has unanimously approved County Executive Laura Curran’s proposal to apply tens of millions of American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds toward business recovery initiatives. This includes $10 million to fund the Boost Main Street Small Business grant program; an additional $10 million toward the Boost Nassau Small Business Loan Program; and $10 million for workforce development initiatives.