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Legislative District 10

Posted on: May 3, 2023

Legislator Pilip Celebrates National Small Business Week


MINEOLA, NY—While recognizing National Small Business Week outside the Mineola Diner, on Tuesday, May 2, Legislator Mazi Melesa Pilip joined with Nassau Executive Bruce Blakeman, North Hempstead Supervisor Jennifer S. DeSena, North Hempstead Councilman Dennis Walsh and local small business owners in announcing that the Nassau County Main Street Recovery Program portal has been reactivated with $10 million in new funding.  Eligible businesses and non-profits that experienced financial hardships due to COVID-19 can now apply for grants up to $10,000.  The additional ARPA funding that enabled the program relaunch was previously approved by the Legislature and follows in the footsteps of $19 million in grants that were distributed to small businesses and non-profits in 2022.
“Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and the engine that keep Nassau moving forward,” Legislator Pilip said. “While most of them have survived the pandemic that started back in March 2020, many are still in the recovery stage, and I was pleased to join my colleagues in the Legislature in approving this new round of funding to help those small business that need the financial assistance. To help spread the word about the program, I will be visiting businesses throughout my district starting tomorrow and distributing a flyer with important information on learning more and applying for a grant.”

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