first_img(United States Fire Administration) The SBA will forgive loans under this program if certain conditions are met. Private for-profit companies and private non-profit EMS agencies (including tribal ambulance services) are eligible. The maximum amount available to borrow under this program is 2.5 times average total monthly payroll costs, not to exceed $10 million. The Paycheck Protection Program was created by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). It is a loan program administered by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to incentivize small businesses to keep workers on the payroll. FEMA Public Assistance Grant Program How to submit an applicationDownload public assistance application A prominent way your department can obtain fiscal support is through the FEMA Public Assistance Grant Program. FEMA has implemented a streamlined project application process for COVID-19 cost recovery. This process eases the burden for organizations providing services during this crisis. Supporting documentation is still required. Read More United States Fire Administration Paycheck Protection Program Please refer to the FEMA Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide for detailed guidance on eligibility, cost reimbursement and documentation requirements. There are two ways through which your agency can obtain fiscal support: the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Public Assistance Grant Program and the Paycheck Protection Program. Complete and submit this project application online in the FEMA Public Assistance Grants Portal. FEMA will not accept paper submissions of this project application. The application is being provided to applicants and recipients in paper form here to provide guidance on what information FEMA will require from applicants if they seek reimbursement for COVID-19 related activities. The U.S. Fire Administration is committed to supporting community fire and EMS during this significant event. Please visit our COVID-19 resource page for updates.last_img read more

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first_img Related Topics Brian Deitz For the third straight year dirt late model fans across Ohio will get their fill with Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week presented by Octane Race Products.Late changes to the schedule have reduced the number of events from seven to five. Hilltop Speedway and Midway Speedway both pulled out of the 3rd annual event last week.Hilltop was set to host the opener Thursday while Midway was scheduled to host on Sunday.Despite the reduced number of shows, the event will still provide five great nights of racing. It all starts Friday night at Muskingum County Speedway in Dresden.Buckeye Late Model Dirt week will feature the state’s best late model drivers, local track regulars and the “Aussie Invasion.”Among those slated to run the entire schedule, 2016 champion Rod Conley, Freddie and Tyler Carpenter and Eddie Carrier Jr. The “Aussie Invasion” includes Australian drivers Paul Stubber, Ben Nicastri and Bruce Mackenzie.The closest trip to northern Ohio that Buckeye Late Model Dirt week will make is a stop at Wayne County Speedway on Saturday for the “Dan Gross Memorial.”Track regulars Ryan Markham and Doug Drown will certainly give those chasing the dirt week points title a run for their money. As of July 9th, Markham leads Drown by two points in the late model standings at Wayne County Speedwayy. Drown has one career Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week win and finished 7th in the points last year.Late models aren’t the only division that will run shows sanctioned during dirt week. There will also be modified shows hosted by Moler Raceway Park and Skyline Speedway that pay $1,000 to win while the Atomic Speedway modified winner will take home $1,500 on Sunday, June 29th. The modified show this Saturday at Atomic Speedway will also go towards the points standings.For more information race fans can visit: buckeyedirtweek.com.2017 Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week presented by Octane Race Products ScheduleFriday, July 21st – Muskingum County Speedway: Late Models $3,000 to win Modifieds $1200 to winSaturday, July 22nd – Wayne County Speedway $4,000 to winThursday, July 27th – Moler Raceway Park $3,000 to win Modifieds $1000 to winFriday, July 28th – Skyline Speedway $3,000 to win Modifieds $1000 to winSaturday, July 29th – Atomic Speedway $5,000 to win Modifieds $1500 to winlast_img read more

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