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Clark County Public Health offers CARES funding opportunity

Clark County Councilors approved use of CARES funding to provide financial operational support to food establishments impacted by COVID-19 public health measures placed to prevent the spread of illness. Fund disbursement for each eligible food establishment is the same amount paid for the 2020 Retail Food Permit, ranging from $258 – $1,835…. The distribution of […]

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City of Ridgefield announces small business stabilization grant program

The City of Ridgefield is offering a temporary emergency program to assist small, locally owned Ridgefield-based businesses to survive the COVID-19 crisis, to minimize disruption to workers and maintain availability of local goods and services in Ridgefield. For more details on the program and application deadlines click here for the official City of Ridgefield program […]

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Networking After Hours goes virtual

The pandemic may be limiting our options for getting together in person, but we care still able to network through Zoom conference calls and keep connected with our friends and associates in the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce. If you’ve been feeling isolated or nervous about missing out on our popular monthly Neworking After Hours events, […]

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Ridgefield receives $5.8 million from BUILD program funding

The city of Ridgefield is set to get $5.8 million from the U.S. Dept. of Transportation for infrastructure upgrades on Pioneer Street, in part due to support from U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, a release from the congresswoman’s office stated Sept. 10. Read the full article here… http://www.thereflector.com/news/article_336239e2-f54e-11ea-992c-5fa4149a79eb.html