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Attention local small businesses in Jefferson Township: Information is on the way.
As local small businesses begin the process of reopening after months of closure, many are looking for assistance information. Responding with a call to action, the team of Faddin, Peters and Short is sponsoring a Business to Business Roundtable: Recovery from Covid-19 Impacts.
The roundtable, which will include state and federal officials to answer questions, is set for Monday, July 20, 7:00 pm at Gatwyns II restaurant, Lake Hopatcong, and is being live-streamed as well. Officials will discuss recovery funding and business needs.
Team members noted the township’s local businesses had sought them out seeking information about help during the state’s reopening process. “We are responding to the needs of Jefferson’s business community,” they said, adding the roundtable is specifically geared to engagement and interaction between business and government.
The team includes Pamela Faddin, Keith Peters, and Maria Short. All are running for three open seats on the Jefferson Township Municipal Council in the upcoming election.
Gatwyns II is located at 900 Route 15 North. Due to the current necessity for restricted attendance at restaurants, there is limited seating and RSVPs to the event are required; masks and social distancing will be compulsory.
To RSVP for the event in person, register at http://tinyurl.com/fpsroundtable.
For those who want to attend virtually, the event will be live-streamed at http://www.facebook.com/FPS4Jefferson
Questions regarding the roundtable can be directed to email@example.com.