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COVID 19 Update 15.1

New York State Issues FAQs Regarding the New COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave Law

New York State recently published some answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding the COVID-19 paid sick leave law that was enacted last week. The FAQs clarify some aspects of the law that were not clear from the text of the statute and give some insight into the manner in which the law will be interpreted and enforced.

Read the FAQs

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FFCRA Poster Requirement Takes Effect 4/1
Employers should post Prominently.

FFCRA Poster

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SBA Provides Alternative Site for EIDL Applications to be Filed

As the EIDL applications continue to surge, our Office of Disaster Assistance has provided an alternate method for applicants to submit and upload forms while the application portal is down for maintenance.

Here’s the link to the new application page with instructions for uploading documents:  IMPORTANT: You may have to clear your browser cache if you receive an error accessing this page. The page has links to all of the relevant forms, and I’ve also attached them to this message.

SBA Alternative EIDL Application Site Information

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Westchester County Executive George Latimer, Economic Development Director Bridget Gibbons discuss what the County is doing to assist businesses during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Westchester County Executive George Latimer, Economic Development Director Bridget Gibbons discuss what the County is doing to assist businesses during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted by Westchester County Government on Wednesday, March 25, 2020

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Cuomo: Uncertain Economy May Lead To Cuts In NYS Budget

WAMC Reports that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, facing a state budget deadline in less than a week, is out with a new proposal to try to cope as the state faces a multibillion dollar budget gap, and much uncertainty with much of the economy shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Cuomo says he wants to try something that’s never been done before. He wants to pass the budget by April 1, then update the state spending plan quarterly. He would revise the amounts paid out to school districts, local governments, health care providers and all others who depend on state funding, based on how much money the state actually has collected from revenues.

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