Mont Alto LaunchBox Virtual Workshop

Mont Alto LaunchBox Virtual Workshop

Wednesday June 30th, 2021 * 2:00 PM
Money is still available to small business owners through Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program who were impacted by COVID-19 to help them recover. 
Register for the Mont Alto LaunchBox Virtual Workshop: Understanding and Benefitting from the EIDL program.
The Mont Alto LaunchBox is hosting this Zoom webinar, with Solomon Wheeler, Harrisburg branch manager for the Small Business Administration’s Eastern Pennsylvania office, who will help business owners understand the loan program to determine if it’s right for them. 
The workshop is free but advanced registration is required to receive the Zoom link.  
Learn more and register today

 

Borough of Chambersburg Reiterates Franklin County Remains In Red Phase

Borough of Chambersburg Reiterates Franklin County Remains In Red Phase

On Tuesday, May 12, 2020, Chambersburg Borough Council President Alice Elia and Mayor Walt Bietsch clarified to residents and businesses of the Borough of Chambersburg that Franklin County remains under the Red Phase Stay At Home Order of May.

Borough Council President Alice Elia stated, “State health data shows that zip code 17201, largely occupied by the Borough of Chambersburg, accounts for nearly half of the COVID-19 cases in Franklin County (health.pa.gov). The Governor’s task force reviews data regularly, and status is subject to change, but, for now, Franklin County and the Borough of Chambersburg are under Stay At Home orders through June 4. “

Pennsylvania Governor Wolf recently clarified consequences for violating Red Phase Stay At Home orders. Small business owners who open prematurely might be subject to loss of insurance coverages as well as state licensures. The county itself, and possibly the municipalities and organizations within it, may lose discretionary funds from the CARES Act. Mayor Walt Bietsch said, “The Chambersburg Police Department will continue its current practice of educating and informing business owners who operate in violation of current Stay At Home orders.” He added, “The economic toll of this pandemic is unprecedented. However, we risk compromising our economic recovery if non-eligible businesses reopen in violation of state orders.”

Both Elia and Bietsch endorsed and requested residents follow public health recommendations.

Read both letters below.

Borough of Chambersburg Letter to Residents