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Storm damage: King County businesses may qualify for loan

Mirror staff reports:

King County Office of Emergency Management is conducting a survey of businesses within King County that may have suffered an economic loss due to the effects of the recent snow and ice storm between Jan. 16-23.

Information gathered through this survey will be sent to the Washington State Emergency Management Division, which will determine whether the losses incurred are enough to request assistance from the Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program.

Click here for a copy of the survey that applies to affected businesses. The completed survey can be faxed by Feb. 13 to Timothy Doyle at (206) 205-4056. Participation in the survey does not guarantee eligibility or future assistance.

To learn more, visit the Small Business Administration website or contact Timothy Doyle at timothy.doyle@kingcounty.gov.

 

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