Blog Posts on this date: "June, 2020"

06/16/2020 Here Are Some Free Webinars To Guide Small Businesses For The First-Phase Reopen

To help businesses better prepare for New York City’s first-phase reopening, the Department of Small Business Services is offering two webinars this week. — Guidelines…

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06/16/2020 Zoom In To Learn How To Make Delicious Gnocchi By Gnoccheria's Michele Iuliano

The Downtown Alliance is highlighting some of our favorite local spots in the web series, “Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home Edition.”  Hosted by award-winning…

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06/16/2020 Here's A Map Of Our Hand-Sanitizing Stations In Lower Manhattan

Our latest effort in supporting the neighborhood's COVID-19 era reopening is threefold: last weekend, the Downtown Alliance added social-distance signage along 40 sidewalk segments and…

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06/12/2020 Loans For The Paycheck Protection Program Just Became More Forgiving

There is still time to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program, the federal-loan initiative from the Small Business Administration that incentivizes small businesses to keep…

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06/11/2020 More Restaurants Have Reopened In Lower Manhattan

Support the following establishments that recently ended their COVID hiatus and have unlocked their doors to serve the neighborhood: —Lekka Burger (81 Warren Street) —Melt…

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06/11/2020 'Democracy In A Time Of Crisis': Join Federal Hall For The Discussion

Federal Hall, on Wall Street, is the site where George Washington was inaugurated, the First Congress met and the Bill of Rights was ratified by…

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06/11/2020 Friendly Reminder: You've Still Gotta Wear A Mask

As the weather gets warmer and the city inches closer to a full reopening, it’s easy to forget that we’re still in the grips of…

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06/10/2020 What To Do If Your Employer Isn't Following Post-COVID Safety Guidelines

An estimated 400,000 New Yorkers are expected to return to their jobs during the first-phase reopening of non-essential businesses. Although shops, construction sites and other…

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06/10/2020 With The Absentee-Ballot Deadline Extended, There’s Still Time To Cast Your Vote Safely

If you haven’t had a chance, there is still time to cast your vote via absentee ballot for the June 23, 2020 primary election.  This…

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06/09/2020 In Pictures: Black Lives Matter Marches Continue In Lower Manhattan

Following the June 2 assembly in Foley Square, protests continued in Lower Manhattan over the weekend and on Monday afternoon. The assemblies were captured by…

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