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Northmont Area Chamber of Commerce
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COVID-19 Information

Ways to support local businesses during COVID-19

  1. Carry-out and delivery is still an option for many restaurants and bars
  2. Buy gift cards from your favorite restaurant or boutique
    If they need to close temporarily, you can use it later.
  3. Write a review
    Go to your favorite restaurant website and write a review, you've tried it; tell others how great it is.

Support Our Restaurants

Download this list of restaurants that offer Carryout, Delivery or Drive Thru. We are sorry if we have missed any. Please take care of delivery personnel, either to your home or your car; this is how they make their living.

Unemployment and Businesses

The Governor announced some relief for businesses regarding unemployment:

  • Because they do not want to penalize individual employers for the impact of this outbreak by increasing future taxes, the costs of these additional benefits will be mutualized.
  • OFJFS will also waive employer penalties for late reporting and payments for the next quarter to assist employers impacted by lack of staff availability.
  • The SBA is offering low-interest loans for disaster assistance in times like this.

Impacted Employee Support

Your employees may be affected by the temporary restrictions put in place, so the Governor's office also announced several initiatives to help:

  • They are broadening current state policy to clarify those individuals that are quarantined by a health professional or by their employer, are considered to be unemployed and will not be subject to requirements to actively seek work during the period of emergency.
  • This also applies to companies that determine it is necessary to temporarily shut down operations due to the current emergency.
  • Ohio currently has a 1-week waiting period before an individual can receive unemployment. In order to expedite the payments to impacted Ohioans, they are waiving the waiting week so workers eligible for unemployment benefits will receive them for the first week of unemployment.

Important Websites to Know

Ohio Department of Health

CDC Coronavirus

Dayton & Montgomery County Public Health

Small Business Administration

Premier Health - COVID-19 Update for Business

CARES Act $10,000 forgivable loan advance. To be eligible, businesses must complete the new application launched March 30th.

Voting

The Ohio Secretary of State, Frank LaRose, issued this directive outlining the steps being taken due to the suspension of the election. All votes cast as of March 16, 2020 will be counted. For those who haven't voted, they can continue to request absentee ballots through an absentee ballot form until May 26, 2020, so they can vote at home through the mail. The absentee ballot would need to be postmarked by June 1 or returned by hand to the county board of elections by June 2 OR those who haven't voted yet may do so in person at their assigned polling place on June 2, 2020 from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The Chamber Board and Cathy appreciate all of our members and local businesses; we are here to support and advocate for you. Cathy will be in the office shortened hours for the next few weeks. Please feel free to email or leave a message. If you have any specials or change in hours, please let her know. Also, remember to take advantage of your Chamber benefits. These are a great way to help your business succeed. There is a large supply of the free RX discount cards in the office. Let her know if you need some.

 

 

 
Northmont Area
Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 62
215 W. National Rd.
Englewood, Ohio 45322
Phone: 937.836.2550
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Quick Fact
The Northmont Area Chamber of Commerce serves approximately 300 members (our investors) doing business in the Cities of Clayton, Englewood and Union , Ohio.

 

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