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Bremerton Business Town Hall - Shared screen with speaker view
Chris Lux
02:13
Hello all
Chris Lux
02:25
Can people see the chat? I don't think they can hear non-panelists
Sam Enlow
04:22
I see the chat.
Chris Lux
04:46
Hi Sam
Chris Lux
05:41
Hope the moderators and panelists are watching the chat.
Chris Lux
09:41
FYI - there is a separate Q&A button at the bottom in addition to this chat window.
Beth Shea
20:25
is it 100% of payroll?
Beth Shea
22:14
any chance of increasing free wifi for our low income families struggling without libraries?
Beth Shea
24:11
Any chance of grants for small businesses through city CDBG funds?
elizabeth yeager
25:22
What measures are being taken to assist our neighbors experiencing homelessness?
Chris Lux
26:06
There is a separate Q&A section/button Beth and Elizabeth. FYI
Jeff Alevy
35:57
KCR received exceptions to normal requirements to accelerate Rapid Rehousing efforts so that beds in temporary shelters can be freed up quicker.
Chris Lux
47:20
Cool Idea
John Morrissey
47:51
http://kitsapeda.org/media-center/
Chris Lux
47:52
Lower denomination is a good idea
Kathy Cocus
48:55
KEDA webinar: http://kitsapeda.org/events/keda-webinar-covid-19-and-your-business/
Kathy Cocus
52:15
NOTE: WA state has already waived the one week waiting period
Denise Frey
56:38
The SBA begins with loans and then forgiveness.
Kathy Cocus
57:56
The Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) through SBA takes 4 weeks to receive funding; the $10,000 grant portion is a great response for short term cash flow as applicants wait for the final EIDL funding
Denise Frey
58:20
Thanks Kathy and KEDA!
Jeff Alevy
59:01
KCR is available to help with utility assistance. We pass through $4M+ / year from the utility companies to those who need assistance.
Chris Lux
01:00:42
The question being addressed has to do with the description of the PPP program, can those funds be used for Rent/Utilities? It sounded like those would be forgiven.
Beth Shea
01:03:07
Thanks for much Mayor Wheeler for the shout out!
Jeff Alevy
01:03:55
KCR BE$T program is still running. Please go to: www.kcr.org for info.
Steve A
01:04:52
I would be remiss if I didn't share that in the effort of flattening the covid infection curve while offering food access The Kitsap community food coop in downtown Bremerton have implemented online, over the phone payment, and curbside pickup at www.kitsapfood.coop/pickup
Chris Lux
01:09:28
Thank you all! Very helpful
Beth Shea
01:10:15
thank you!