“I’m pleased that the Board of Supervisors approved a plan today that will allocate stimulus funding equally by supervisorial district. This plan ensures that stimulus funds quickly help everyone – not just the rich and well-connected.
Before making funds available, public-private partnerships will be sought after with community organizations, entrepreneurship groups, and small business programs that would provide matching funds or other opportunities for a multiplier effect.
In the First District, real small businesses – the self-employed, sole proprietors, family-owned restaurants, and gig economy workers – will receive first priority. True small businesses will be put first.”
This article was released by the Office of Supervisor Andrew Do.