Day: November 24, 2020

SPECIAL SESSION NEWS: Check Our Legislative Roundup for the Latest News

SPECIAL SESSION NEWS: Check Our Legislative Roundup for the Latest News

Today at 11:00am, the second special session of 2020 convened. Our state’s legislators continue to debate a bill authorizing the distribution of $330 million of federal CARES Act funding. Currently the package contains provisions for: $194 million to the Department of Workforce Solutions, including $150,000 earmarked for one-time checks of $1,200 to unemployment claimants $100 …

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CITY GRANT FUND DEADLINE APPROACHING: Apply Now for COVID-19 Business Relief

CITY GRANT FUND DEADLINE APPROACHING: Apply Now for COVID-19 Business Relief

The third and final round of the City of Albuquerque’s Small Business Relief Grants is about to open. Small businesses located in Albuquerque and struggling due to the pandemic can apply to receive up to $10,000 from the City to help cover their bills. Earlier this fall, the City Council set aside $10 million for …

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ANNUAL MEETING 2020: "The Way Back to Health and Work"

ANNUAL MEETING 2020: “The Way Back to Health and Work”

Last week, the Chamber held its Annual Meeting to update investors, community leaders, and business advocacy partners alike on its accomplishments and goals. The event also featured not one, but three speakers with expertise on a timely topic: COVID-19. Chamber Board Chair Kyle Beasley and President and CEO Terri Cole were joined by Neil Bradley …

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BREAKING – COVID CLOSURE COMPROMISE: Environment Department Announces Agreement with Businesses to Cut Down on Closures

The Environment Department and the Department of Health announced today an agreement that could ease the pressure on essential businesses who fear a two-week closure as a result of four rapid responses within a 14-day period. The agreement requires businesses to conduct regular COVID-19 testing of their workers and to continue to partner with the …

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