State documenting financial losses from 416 Fire

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State documenting financial losses from 416 Fire

Effort aims to unlock federal aid for small businesses
Linda Dailey, owner of Rocky Mountain Gifts in Silverton, said the revenue lost during the 416 Fire is devastating for shop owners, who depend on strong summers to carry them through the entire year. A state agency is collecting data from businesses to document income loss from the 416 Fire. Data will be provided to the U.S. Small Business Administration to gain access to the agency’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans for small businesses.

State documenting financial losses from 416 Fire

Linda Dailey, owner of Rocky Mountain Gifts in Silverton, said the revenue lost during the 416 Fire is devastating for shop owners, who depend on strong summers to carry them through the entire year. A state agency is collecting data from businesses to document income loss from the 416 Fire. Data will be provided to the U.S. Small Business Administration to gain access to the agency’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans for small businesses.
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