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COVID-19 Resources, Updates and Information for St. Lawrence County

A Note of Caution: As you seek assistance during this time, please confirm that your resource is reputable. If you are unsure, please contact our Chamber.

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Funding Relief Lending opportunities, eligibility and rules Call on Wednesday, April 1, at 10:00AM

Join the St. Lawrence County Chamber and the St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency for this informative and helpful information.

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https://zoom.us/j/538751104?pwd=dFRCN3VRWDdPa08wcE1DTWJGVGoyQT09

Business Transition and Focus Call on Friday March 3, at 8:00AM

The Adirondack North Country Association is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting offering business owners who are looking to transition their business and are now facing the COVID-19 crisis to call into a group conversation to share your responses, strategies and thoughts. This will include a short presentation about regional resources available to you at this time.

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https://zoom.us/j/500916282

 

Remote Working/Essential Employees  New York State will stay on PAUSE through April 15th

Updated 3/30/20

The non-essential workforce is directed to continue to work from home until at least April 15th. Governor Cuomo will re-evaluate every two weeks. More Info Here


Guidance on Executive Order 202.6

Updated 3/27/20

Get guidance for determining whether a business enterprise is subject to workforce reduction under recent executive orders. Updates to Executive Order 202.6 Here


CARES Act Just Passed

US Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship’s Small Business Owner’s Guide to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which has just passed in both houses of Congress. This document is a good resource for understanding what is included in the CARES Act for small business owners. Small Business Owner’s Guide PDF Download Here


Remote Working/Essential Employees

Updated 3/21/2020

The provisions of Executive Order 202.6 requiring in-person work environment restrictions are modified as follows: Effective March 21, 2020 at 8 p.m. and until further notice all businesses and not-for-profit entities in the state shall utilize, to the maximum extent possible, any telecommuting or work from home procedures that they can safely utilize. Each employer shall reduce the in-person workforce at any work locations 100% (newly updated) no later than March 21 at 8 p.m. More Info Here


 

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