All grants awarded are for the purpose of working capital and intended to replace cash flow used for operating costs that existed at the time of the peacetime emergency declaration made through Executive Order. Such costs may include property taxes, payroll, rent, utilities, insurance costs, legal fees, repairs to the existing building and equipment and other critical business expenses that cannot be paid as a direct result of the current public health emergency. This program is subject to applicable state and local peacetime emergency executive orders.
All business applicants must be eligible businesses with a permanent physical commercial or industrial operation located in Mille Lacs County that have been operating long enough to demonstrate financial viability. Applicants must demonstrate that they have no current tax liens on record with the secretary of state as of the time of application. Applicants must also demonstrate that they were directly and adversely affected by a COVID-19 related peacetime emergency Executive Order in 2020, including being in an industry specifically named by those Executive Orders.
(Name should be the officially registered name of the business entity.)
(visit https://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/ to obtain your number)
Applicants must provide a copy of a current lease, mortgage statement, or property tax statement to show site control within Mille Lacs County.
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