El Gobernador Wolf anuncia nueva financiación para pequeñas empresas de York afectadas por la COVID-19

first_img Economy,  Español,  Press Release El Gobernador Tom Wolf visitó hoy Magical Days Learning Center en York, que recibió una subvención estatal de asistencia para pequeñas empresas afectadas por la COVID-19, para resaltar la importancia de apoyar a las pequeñas empresas mientras Pennsylvania continúa mitigando la propagación de la COVID-19.“Ya sea que seamos propietarios de una pequeña empresa, trabajadores o consumidores, nuestras vidas se benefician de una comunidad empresarial próspera, pero también todos nos beneficiamos al hacer que las empresas tomen precauciones contra la transmisión de la COVID-19. El programa estatal de subvenciones de asistencia para pequeñas empresas afectadas por la COVID-19 proporciona fondos cruciales para que las empresas puedan prosperar”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Me complace destacar una de las muchas pequeñas empresas que recibirán estos fondos tan necesarios, y agradezco que el Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Económico y la Red de Instituciones Financieras de Desarrollo Comunitario identificaran empresas locales como Magical Days Learning Center que brindan servicios importantes a su comunidad”.Los fondos de la Asistencia a pequeñas empresas de todo el estado para aliviar la crisis por COVID-19 se desarrollaron en colaboración con los legisladores estatales y se asignaron a través del presupuesto estatal, que incluyó $2.6 mil millones de dólares en fondos de estímulo federal a través de la Ley federal de Ayuda, Alivio y Seguridad Económica por el Coronavirus (Ley CARES), de los cuales $225 millones se destinaron como medidas de alivio para pequeñas empresas.El Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Económico (DCED, por sus siglas en inglés) distribuyó los fondos a las Instituciones Financieras de Desarrollo Comunitario de Pennsylvania (CDFI, por sus siglas en inglés), que administran las subvenciones a través de tres programas: $100 millones de dólares para el Programa de Revitalización de Empresas de la Calle Principal, $100 millones de dólares para el Programa de Revitalización de Empresas Históricamente Desfavorecidas y $25 millones de dólares para el Programa de Aplazamiento de Pago de Préstamos y Reserva para Pérdidas.Magical Days Learning Center recibió una subvención de $25,000 dólares a través del Programa de Revitalización de Negocios Históricamente Desfavorecidos y es parte de la primera ronda de fondos recientemente anunciados, en la que casi 5,000 empresas, la mitad ellas históricamente desfavorecidas, han recibido subvenciones.“Las pequeñas empresas de Pennsylvania son el engranaje de nuestro estado y, durante los últimos cinco meses, enfrentaron luchas e hicieron sacrificios increíbles para proteger sus comunidades”, dijo el Subsecretario Ejecutivo del DCED, Neil Weaver. “Nuestras empresas históricamente desfavorecidas y de propiedad de minorías son más vulnerables a problemas como la pandemia de COVID-19 y, a través de este programa, fuimos especialmente cuidadosos a la hora de asegurarnos de que los fondos se destinaran primero a nuestras empresas en mayor riesgo. Con el tiempo y con inversiones estratégicas como el Programa de Subvenciones de Asistencia para Pequeñas Empresas, nuestras empresas y nuestro estado se podrán recuperar”.“Hemos visto a nuestras comunidades comerciales llevarse la peor parte de la pandemia de COVID-19 y de la crisis económica que ha generado en las ciudades y los pueblos de Pennsylvania”, dijo Daniel Betancourt, Presidente de PA CDFI Network y Presidente y Director Ejecutivo de Community First Fund. “Estas subvenciones para pequeñas empresas son vitales para mantenerlas a flote. PA CDFI Network está agradecida por la alianza del Gobernador Wolf y la legislatura de Pennsylvania a medida que avanzamos rápidamente para llevar estos recursos a manos de los más perjudicados por la crisis”.Community First Fund, una de las 17 organizaciones que componen PA CDFI Network, garantizó la subvención de asistencia para pequeñas empresas afectadas por la COVID-19 para Magical Days Learning Center. Las propietarias Veronica Bunty y Adrienne Davis, que son hermanas, han dirigido el centro de aprendizaje desde 2017 y dicen que les ayudará a garantizar que el centro sea seguro para el personal y para los niños.“Mi amor por la comunidad y querer lo mejor para los niños de esta comunidad son el motivo por el que mi hermana y yo compramos la guardería”, dijo Bunty. “Creemos que si podemos tener un efecto positivo en la vida de un niño durante los años de desarrollo más importantes, las posibilidades de ese niño podrían ser infinitas. Realmente creemos que las pequeñas empresas como la nuestra y otros millones de pequeñas empresas son la columna vertebral de nuestra sociedad”.“Tradicionalmente, las pequeñas empresas, especialmente los establecimientos de propiedad de minorías y de mujeres, se han pasado por alto en lo que respecta al capital y la financiación de las empresas. Esto se puso en evidencia de manera alarmante en marzo, cuando las empresas de todo el país comenzaron a cerrar sus puertas en el punto álgido de la pandemia de COVID-19”, dijo Davis. “Nos dimos cuenta de que cuando las empresas pudieran reabrir de manera segura, necesitaríamos tener suficiente capital de trabajo para proporcionar equipos de protección personal (PPE) y un entorno de trabajo seguro para que nuestro personal y nuestros niños regresaran. Obtener fondos para hacerlo posible fue una batalla cuesta arriba para la que no estábamos preparadas, pero a través de la ayuda de Community First Fund y este programa de subvenciones, pudimos asegurar los fondos”.La próxima ronda de financiación para pequeñas empresas está abierta desde ahora hasta las 11:59 p.m. del viernes 28 de agosto. Los solicitantes elegibles que no hayan recibido los fondos en la primera ronda no necesitan volver a presentar una solicitud ya que pasarán a la siguiente ronda para ser considerados. Encuentre más información sobre el Programa de Asistencia a pequeñas empresas de todo el estado para aliviar la crisis por COVID-19 e incluso cómo solicitarlo en el sitio de Internet del DCED.View this information in English. El Gobernador Wolf anuncia nueva financiación para pequeñas empresas de York afectadas por la COVID-19 August 17, 2020center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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Sports today: Newest KBCA poll, WMS basketball results; Eagle all-state selections; tourney scores; sports schedules

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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments  G- 6:30 B- 8 BoysHome 8A 7-8A Caldwell Border-Queen Tourney (Caldwell, ArgoniaCentral v ArgoniaArgonia v NorwichCaldwell v Argonia Girls SPORTS TEAMTues. Dec. 9Thu.Dec 11Fri. Dec. 12Sat. Dec. 13 Kremlin-Hillsdale1613131557 G-4, B-5:30 G- 6:30 B- 8G- 6:30 B- 8 Scoring: SH — Harris 10, Morrison 4, Ralls 2, Tanner 8, Ray1, Culp 2, Hawkins 4.Total: 14 (0) 2-4 32 Kremlin-Hillsdale: — Wasson 4, Harris 6, Davis 18, Rundle 8, Mitchell 8, Mitchell 12. Totals 21 (3) 5-7 57. Marion Tournament 4/5:15/6:30 Boys – Eureka 52  Belle Plaine 39 G- 3, B-4:30G-6, B- 7:30 Follow us on Twitter. Varsity Boysv. Sterling, 8v. C. Springs, 4:40TBA 5/6:30 p.m. Wichita Eagle all state selections:The following were Sumner County football players selected in the Wichita Eagle all-state honors list:Wellington – Class 4A honorable mention: Quarterback – Trevor Nance, sr.  End – Colin Reichenberger, sr.Conway Springs -  Class 3A first team: Logan Creek (6-5, 310, sr.) offensive lineman; Luke Fisher (6-0, 205, sr.) running back. Class 3A honorable mention: Travis Wood, sr.; Defensive lineman – Creek, L. Fisher, J.J. Fisher, sr. Linebacker – Ben Pauly, jr.Oxford – Class 1A – 8-man D-I honorable mention: Offensive lineman: Oggie Shimkus, sr. Running back – Daeyln Haskins, sr.Argonia-Attica – Class 1A- 8-man D-II first team: Quarterback – Alec McDaniel (5-7, 130, jr.).  Class 1A- 8-man D-II honorable mention: End – Garrett Wells, sr.; Linebacker – Austin Tracy, sr. Defensive lineman – Tracy. Linebacker – McDaniel. Defensive back – Wells.Caldwell – Class 1A- 8-man D-II honorable mention: Offensive lineman: Hunter Stuewe, sr. Defensive lineman – Sam Wencel, sr. Defensive back: Kaden Halling, sr. GirlsAway 7/8 A/B Monday,  Dec. 9 C Boys Varsity Girlsv. Sterling, 6:20v. C. Springs, 3TBA Fairfield Tournament (Oxford) Oxford vs. ChaseOxford v FairfieldOxford TBA Marion Tournament (Belle Plaine)BP v RemingtonBP TBA Sumner County sports schedule for the rest of week: Girls – Eureka 51 Belle Plaine 36 South Haven4812832 Pond Creek-Hunter Tournament – Kremlin-Hillsdale 57 South Haven 32  G- 3:30 B- 5G- 3:30 B- 5G- 6, B- 7:30 WMS BasketballOpenMulvaneOpenOpen Tournament Week (Sumner teams)Tues. Dec. 9Thu.Dec 11Fri. Dec. 12Sat. Dec. 13 Wellington Middle School Monday basketball results: Seventh A girls: Wellington 46 Clearwater 9 Wellington Scoring: McKenna Jones 18, Lindsey Scheufler 18, Kennedee Lara 6, Kylie Aufdengarten 2, Natalie Henning 2.No B team was played.Eighth A girls: Wellington 31 Clearwater 23Scoring: Jacelyn Buck 5, Taryn Stoddard 2, Ellie Buresh 14, Taylor Meyer 4, Brooke McCorkle 2, Chloe Wilson 4.No B team played.Seventh A boys: Wellington 46 Clearwater 22Scoring: Silas Popplewell 10, Zander Vargas 9, Tyler Brown 7, Gage Cunningham 6, Blake Rausch 4, Zane Cornejo 2, John Long 2, Austin Soles 2, Malachi Macias 2, Cade Fairbanks 2.Eighth A boys: Wellington 43 Clearwater 5Wellington scoring: Grey Hatfield 11, Joe Ybarra 10, Drake Hendrix 6, Jacob Ewing 4, Caleb Reichenberger 4, Andres Lara 3, Michael Ledbetter 3, Chance Hamel 2.Sumner County basketball scores – Monday:  JV Girlsv. Sterling, 8v. C. Springs, 4:40TBA Pond Creek Tournament (South Haven)SH v. PC-Hunter Girls: Class 4A-I1. Miege, 2. Paola, 3. Topeka Hayden, 4. Ottawa, 5. Wamego, 6. KC Piper, 7. Louisburg, 8. Bonner Springs, 9. Labette County, 10. McPherson.Class 4A-II1. Hugoton, 2. Columbus, 3. Clay Center, 4. Pratt, 5. Holcomb, 6. Baldwin, 7. Royal Valley, 8. Holton, 9. Girard, 10. Trinity Academy.Class 3A1. Hesston, 2. Lyons, 3. Cimarron, 4. Nemaha Central, 5. Sterling, 6. Douglass, 7. Garden Plain, 8. Council Grove, 9. Caney Valley, 10. Haven.Class 2A1. Central Plains, 2. Washington County, 3. Olpe, 4. Moundridge, 5. Meade, 6. Ellis, 7. Ell-Saline, 8. Smith Center, 9. Jefferson North, 10. Chase County.Class 1A-I1. Hoxie, 2. Valley Heights, 3. Thunder Ridge, 4. Waverly, 5. St. Paul, 6. South Haven, 7. Immaculata, 8. Goessel, 9. Centralia, 10. Dighton.Class 1A-II1. Golden Plains, 2. Bucklin, 3. Attica, 4. Argonia, 5. South Barber, 6. Triplains, 7. Wallace County, 8. Cunningham, 9. Wheatland-Grinnell, 10. Moscow. WHS JV WrestlingOpenPratt, homeOpenWeillington Invitational, 9 a.m. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Updated KBCA rankings, Wellington Middle School results, Wichita Eagle selections from Sumner County, Sumner County high school results from Monday, and the sports schedule for the rest of the week:KBCA rankingsThe Dec. 8 rankings came out and three Sumner County teams remain in the poll of their respective classification.  Rankings from Class 4A-1 to 1A-II are as follows:Boys:Class 4A-I1. Eudora, 2. Miege, 3. Hays, 4. McPherson, 5. Topeka Hayden, 6. Paola, 7. Andale, 8. Ottawa, 9. Abilene, 10. Basehor-Linwood.Class 4A-II1. Holcomb, 2. Girard, 3. Concordia, 4. Hugoton, 5. Rock Creek, 6. Holton, 7. Trinity Academy, 8. Pratt, 9. Osawatomie, 10. Thomas More Prep.Class 3A1. Hesston, 2. Wichita Collegiate, 3. Beloit, 4. Scott City, 5. Nemaha Central, 6. Riverton, 7. Cheney, 8. Sabetha, 9. Osage City, 10. Eureka.Class 2A1. St. John, 2. Central Plains, 3. Spearville, 4. Olpe, 5. Pittsburg Colgan, 6. West Elk, 7. Bishop Seabury, 8. Washington County, 9. Oxford, 10. South Gray.Class 1A-I1. Hanover, 2. Otis-Bison, 3. Centralia, 4. Stockton, 5. Hoxie, 6. Valley Heights, 7. Chetopa, 8. Victoria, 9. Osborne, 10. Quinter.Class 1A-II1. Beloit St. John’s-Tipton, 2. Wallace County, 3. Attica, 4. South Barber, 5. Hutchinson Central Christian, 6. Pike Valley, 7. Caldwell, 8. Northern Valley, 9. Ashland, 10. Axtell. WHS WrestlingOpenPratt, homeOpenWeillington Invitational, 9 a.m. Caldwell v NorwichCaldwell v Central G- 3, B- 4:20G-6:30, B- 8G- 3, B- 4:40 Kingman Tournament (Conway Springs, Wellington)CS vs. SterlingWell v. SterlingCS v. WellingtonCS, Well TBA JV Boysv. Sterling, 6:20v. C. Springs, 3TBA WHS BasketballOpenKingman tourneyKingman tourneyKingman tourneylast_img read more

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State Lawmaker Wants Judge in Absent Juror Case to be Investigated

first_imgSenator Powell says in a statement, “The judge later rescinded his original punishment after succumbing to public scrutiny. According to Florida’s Code of Judicial Conduct, a judge shall perform judicial duties without bias or prejudice and shall not be swayed by partisan interests, public clamor, or fear of criticism. Judge Kastrenakes has evidently violated the Code of the Judicial Conduct and has engaged in misfeasance in his official duties as the 15th Judicial Circuit Court Judge.” He adds, “Judge Kastrenakes acted in an unprecedented manner to unfairly punish one individual for a minor transgression, singling him out as an example solely because of his race.”Powell is requesting that the Judicial Qualifications Commission investigate the judge and discipline or remove him from the bench. A state lawmaker from our area is asking the Florida Judicial Qualifications Commission to investigate a Palm Beach County judge who recently sentenced a man to 10 days in jail for not showing up for jury duty.Democratic State Senator Bobby Powell, Jr. of West Palm Beach filed a complaint regarding Judge John S. Kastrenakes.The judge sentenced DeAndre Somerville to 10 days in jail, gave him him one year probation, and ordered him to complete 150 hours of community service and write an apology letter after he failed to appear for the first day of testimony in a civil trial last August. Kastrenakes says Somerville showed up in court more than a week later, after he was summoned and had already been sworn in to serve.When Somerville read an apology in court, the judge reduced the probation from one year to three months, with conditions.Last weekend, Kastrenakes announced that he had vacated his finding of contempt and rescinded further punishment of Powell.last_img read more

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Mercer’s RBI single lifts Pirates over Mariners

first_imgPittsburgh Pirates’ Neil Walker heads to the dugout after he hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning against the Seattle Mariners, June 26, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) by Curtis CrabtreeSEATTLE (AP) – Jordy Mercer hit a go-ahead single with two outs in the ninth inning and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Seattle Mariners 4-2 on Wednesday.The Pirates improved to 48-30 – they are 18 games over .500 for the first time since 1992, their last winning season.Neil Walker hit a two-run homer off Felix Hernandez to put Pittsburgh ahead in the fourth. Seattle tied it in the sixth on Raul Ibanez’s team-leading 18th home run.It was 2-all when Pedro Alvarez singled to lead off the ninth inning against reliever Charlie Furbush (1-4) and advanced on a sacrifice bunt from Neil Walker.After a groundout by Gaby Sanchez, Travis Snider was intentionally walked. Mercer followed with an RBI single off Yoervis Medina, and the Pirates added an insurance run when a wild pitch on a third strike from Medina allowed Snider to score and Starling Marte to reach first base.Mark Melancon earned his second save of the season. Mike Zunino delivered a pinch-hit single and Nick Franklin singled to put a pair of runners on with two outs in the ninth, but Kyle Seager grounded out.Vin Mazzaro (4-2) picked up the victory with two innings of scoreless relief.Hernandez bounced back to form after his worst start of the season. He blew a seven-run lead against the Los Angeles Angels in his last appearance, but struck out 11 against the Pirates. Hernandez gave up six hits and walked two.The Mariners squandered a chance to take the lead in the eighth. With the game even, Kendrys Morales doubled and the Pirates intentionally walked Ibanez to put a pair of runners on with one out. Mazzaro managed to escaped by striking out Justin Smoak and getting Michael Saunders to fly out.Walker hit his sixth home run, connecting with two outs.Seattle managed to get a run back in the bottom half without a hit. Ibanez reached first after swinging at a third strike wild pitch that got away from catcher Russell Martin, then Smoak hit a grounder and Mercer mishandled the throw to second, the ball deflecting off the shortstop’s glove.Ibanez took advantage of the Pirates’ defensive shift and advanced to a vacated third base on the misplay. A sacrifice fly from Saunders made it 2-1.Jeanmar Gomez turned in a fine outing for the Pirates in his first start off the disabled list. He allowed just three hits and an unearned run in five innings with five strikeouts.Ibanez tagged Justin Wilson for his ninth home run in June.NOTES: Notes: The Pirates optioned RHP Duke Welker to Triple-A Indianapolis in order to activate Gomez from the 15-day disabled list. … Ibanez has just 12 hits against left-handed pitchers this season but six of the hits have been home runs. He is batting .214 with six home runs and 12 RBIs against lefties.last_img read more

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Holmdel Service Station Wants To Offer A Mini-Mart

first_imgBy Joseph SapiaHOLMDEL ­– For more than 25 years, Tony Crisalli has operated the sole gas station and automotive repair shop in the heart of Holmdel’s historic Village section, at 46 Main Street and Route 520/Holmdel Road.Three years ago, when ExxonMobil was looking to get rid of company-owned gasoline stations, Crisalli bought the property.Now, he is looking to change the business – replacing the repair service with a mini-mart, while continuing to pump gasoline.Although the business has operated there since the 1950s, it would not comply with today’s Business-1 zoning. Some think Crisalli’s plan to change the business would be detrimental to the Village, an area of century-old churches, homes, real estate businesses, small commercial buildings and the large Vonage campus.The plans for the property, about 8/10 of an acre, include converting the approximately 1,400-square-foot building’s two repair bays into the store. About 300 square feet would be added to the building’s east side to accommodate a refrigerator for the store.Striped parking spaces would be added, along with a canopy over the gasoline pumps, said Crisalli, 64, a township resident.Crisalli seeks variances from the township Zoning Board for such things as allowing a gasoline station and convenience store in the B-1 zone and allowing less-than-minimum setbacks from the roadway right-of-ways for things such as a sign and the canopy.Michael Rauchwerk, who lives in the Willow Road area about a mile from Holmdel Village Exxon, is concerned how changes will affect the Village.“It’s a nice center of town,” Rauchwerk said. “Businesses close at 5 p.m. (Then) no traffic. I’m not sure how it will fit in with Holmdel Village. It’s a rather small property.”In the approximately 30 years Rauchwerk has lived in the area, the Village “hasn’t changed a lot.”“The whole downtown area has kind of a look,” said Rauchwerk.The property is not well-maintained now, but now it has no canopy, Rauchwerk said. The canopy, which will extend almost to the road right of way, was a specific concern of Rauchwerk’s.“The property is basically staying the same,” Crisalli said. “The asphalt is going to be brand-new.”The building will get a new roof and the east wall will only be expanded a few feet, Crisalli said.“The same building cleaned up and made to look better.”As for the canopy, it protects workers and pumps from the elements, Crisalli said.“It does help protect our investment,” Crisalli said. “If self-service (gasoline pumping) goes through, how many people would want to pump their own (in bad weather)?”When Exxon owned the gasoline station, it operated seven days a week from about 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Crisalli said. Now, he said, it operates about 6 a.m. to 7:30 or 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays. If the zoners approve the changes, according to Crisalli, the business hours would be an estimated 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day.If Crisalli’s plans are approved, he would no longer do automotive repairs at the site. Instead, his plan is to move the repairs elsewhere in the Holmdel area.There is no timetable on opening the mini-mart, Crisalli said.“We’re just going step by step,” Crisalli said.The Zoning Board began hearing the application May 4. It will continue the hearing June 1, 8 p.m. at Town Hall.last_img read more

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Biggs backstops Kootenay Cats past Fraser Valley Phantom

first_imgCats head coach Cary Fisher knew at training camp the Kootenay Wildcats had probably the best goaltending team in the province.This past weekend he witnessed it first hand.Lauren Biggs of Salmo pitched a shutout and Fernie product Kimberley Huisman scored the only goal sparking the Kootenay Wildcats to a 1-0 victory over Fraser Valley Phantom Sunday afternoon in B.C. Female Midget AAA Hockey League action in Kaslo. The loss was only the second of the season for the first-place Phantom and allowed the Cats to take over sole possession of third place in the five-team league.Saturday two second period goals was enough to power the Phantom past Kootenay 2-1.Chelsea Wilson and Delaney Duchek scored for the winners while Stephanie McAuley of Trail replied for the Cats.Morgan Flynn of Castlegar took the loss for the Cats.Kootenay, with players from Fernie to Golden in the east and Trail to Salmo in the west, is idle for a few weekends before travelling to Kelowna November 24-25 for a two-game set against the Rockets.The Female Midget AAA League started during the 2007-2008 season to provide an opportunity for elite female hockey players to come together on zone teams to challenge other elite Female Midget teams.last_img read more

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Mallard’s Team of the Week — BC Sr Men’s Champs Team Ursel

first_imgBob Ursel and Dave Stephenson of the Okanagan and Kootenay Boys, Fred Thomson of Nelson and Don Freschi of Trail made it look easy, dominating the opposition en route to the e BC Senior Men’s Curling Championship in Richmond.The final saw the foursome cut through the Wes Craig rink like a hot knife through butter, 7-2 to claim the provincial crown. The rink now prepares to represent BC at the Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships March 28 to April 2 in Digby, N.S.Mallards Source for sports would like to salute the rink with Team of the Week honours and wish the curlers well in their quest for a Canadian crown and trip to the Worlds in Europe.last_img read more

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