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Applications for Direct Relief for Restaurants Grant Placed On Hold

Applications for Direct Relief for Restaurants Grant Placed On Hold

HAGERSTOWN, MD (January 14, 2021) – The Washington County Department of Business Development announces application submittals for the Restaurant Relief Grant – Phase Two will be placed on hold effective immediately. A large volume of applications have been received and are projected to expend available funds.
 
The Department of Business Development appreciates the response from the restaurant industry in Washington County.
 
For questions, please email riseup@washco-md.net.

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