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9:00 AM: Phase 2 of the NJEDA Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program Opens; Most of Lakewood designated as “Opportunity Zone”

REMINDER: Phase 2 of the NJEDA Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program starts today, Tuesday.

Applications open at 9:00 a.m.

See info and FAQs from the State.

Click here for information from the Lakewood UEZ. 

Most of Lakewood is designated as an “Opportunity Zone” and will be part of a group of preferred recipients of the first $15 millions dollars of the $45 million dollar program.

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There are 8 Comments to "9:00 AM: Phase 2 of the NJEDA Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program Opens; Most of Lakewood designated as “Opportunity Zone”"

  • Branovicher says:

    free money guys go chop! the liberals are just tiring to bankrupt the system

  • David Klein, Director UEZ says:

    Make sure you have your answers prepared in advance before Tuesday June 9th at 9 a.m. so you can enter your data on the online application as fast as possible. The funds are available on a first-come first-serve basis and phase 1 funds ran out within the first hour of the application going live.
    On our UEZ information site there is a link that takes you to screenshots of the online application so you can have your answers prepared well in advance.

  • David Klein, Director UEZ says:

    Make sure you have your answers for the application prepared in advance before Tuesday June 9th at 9:00 a.m. so you can enter your data on the online application as fast as possible. The funds are available on a first-come first-served basis and Phase 1 funds ran out within the first hour of the application going live.
    On our UEZ information site there is a link that takes you to screenshots of the online application so you can have your answers prepared well in advance.

  • Anon says:

    I applied to phase 1. Do I reapply now?
    Thanks

    • David Klein, Director Lakewood UEZ says:

      The NJEDA website says they have appropriated $5 million dollars from this new tranche of funds for people that were waitlisted from the first round. But it probably is prudent to complete another application for the second round.

  • David Klein, Director Lakewood UEZ says:

    They just announced on the NJEDA webinar that if you were waitlisted on the first round of funding and were contacted about receiving funds from the first $5 million of new Phase 2 funds, that’s great for you, but if you were not contacted, YOU MUST apply for the phase 2 round of funding again.

  • curious says:

    Is this opportunity zone anything to do with the federal tax benefits that was designated in 2017 by trump administration?

  • Branovicher says:

    this system stinks! who ever fills it out faster wins! maybe it should actually go to the ones that need it, this system really stinks!