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City of Monticello Business Grant Announced

Updated Friday, September 18th at 8AM

Application Packet

1.  City of Monticello Small Business Grant Overview/Information
2.  Choose from one of the two following grant applications:
3.  Employee Income Form
4.  Choose from one of the two following W-9 Forms:
5.  Applicant Checklist


Overview

The City of Monticello is proud to announce the City of Monticello Small Business Grant due October 2nd.  Businesses that have been established and operational in the City of Monticello since January 1, 2020 may be eligible for the maximum award amount of $10,000.00.  This grant money is to be used for payroll and operational costs.

The selection committee, formed with The Mayor, the Clerk-Treasurer, City Council members, and the MRC, will consider whether applicant businesses have:
  • demonstrated a commitment to the community, through the support of local youth or charitable programs, good corporate citizenship, participation in community and business support organizations.
  • plans to hire, maintain, train or assist individuals who lost jobs or experienced economic hardship during the COVID-19 crisis.
  • needs that have not been or are not anticipated to be addressed through other government assistance programs
  • made all reasonable efforts to keep employees employed during the recovery process.
  • an industry sector particularly affected negatively by COVID-19 and public safety measures associated with the outbreak (for example retail, dine in restaurant, salon).
  • are not part of a franchise network.
  • have a physical location in the city limits of Monticello.
  • had 20 or fewer employees as of August 1, 2020.
  • received funds in the first round of City or County loans
  • Veteran, Woman, or Minority ownership.

The Small Business Grant program has limited funding; therefore, not all grant requests may be approved at the level requested.

Please eMail your completed grant application and all supporting documents to the City of Monticello Mayor's Assistant at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  OR  hard copies may be brought to the Mayor's office by calling 574-583-9889 for an appointment.

To review all documents including the information/overview and application, please click here.

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"Thank A Police Officer" Hog Roast

Hosted by Brad Henry and Russ Chapman
Updated location on 11 Sept. 2020

Mark your calendar Monticello!  To show our appreciation to our local law enforcement the "Thank A Police Officer" Hog Roast will be held on Saturday, September 19th from 12PM-4PM.  The location of the event will be announced later.   Whiskey & Wine and Chapman’s BBQ will be roasting pulled pork sandwiches, smoked mac and cheese, and baked beans.  We will be serving complimentary meals and bottled water to ALL our law enforcement officers from 12pm Noon till 4pm. The general public can also purchase a meal for a minimum donation of $5.00. All proceeds will go to our local law enforcement programs.

  Click here for more details
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Child Care and COVID-19

State of Indiana Executive Order 20-40:  Child Care Matters and COVID-19
Orden Ejecutiva 20-40, "Asuntos de Cuidado Infantil

Governor Eric Holcomb in response to the COVID-19 Emergency and the opening of public schools has temporarily suspended regulatory statues as they relate to schools and child care programs.

Many school corporations have opted or been ordered to provide remote or e-learning rather than in-person instruction, leaving working parents in the lurch if their children remain at home.

On August 21st, he signed Executive Order 20-40, which allows school corporations to contract with organizations, such as the Boys and Girls Club or YMCA, to operate school-age childcare programs in locations in addition to public school buildings to help families who need care while their students engage in e-learning.

Additionally, the order increases the number from six to 10 of school-aged children allowed to gather in one location on school days for e-learning without requiring the childcare setting to be licensed.

 
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