Deadline for business loans affected by the tornado
The deadline is approaching for small businesses and nonprofits in Naperville and surrounding areas affected by last June’s EF-3 tornado to apply for an economic disaster loan. Long-term, low-interest loans from the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) were offered by Governor JB Pritzker to help businesses experiencing financial difficulties due to the tornado maintain operations and to cover their expenses. Businesses can apply for up to $2 million in assistance, to be repaid over up to 30 years. Requests can be made through the SBA websiteand must be no later than April 18.
Second COVID reminder
the Food and drug administration (FDA) has approved a second COVID-19 reminder for people aged 50 and over, as long as at least four months have passed since their last vaccination. On Tuesday, the FDA approved a fourth dose of the Pfizer and Moderna injections for those age groups and for people 12 and older with compromised immune systems. the Centers for Disaster Control and Prevention (CDC) also endorsed the recommendation. Additionally, all adults who received two doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine were encouraged to get a third shot Pfizer or Moderna brands. The second set of boosters is intended to provide additional protection against COVID-19 in the event of a further outbreak.
Downtown street closures
Additional closed roads in downtown Naperville will be in effect today, tomorrow and Monday, April 4 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. due to ongoing construction. The areas affected are Jefferson Avenue between Washington and Main streets, and a section of Main Street between Jefferson and Van Buren avenues. Although traffic is prohibited, all businesses will remain open. The Paw Paw parking lot will also remain accessible from Webster Street.
Women’s Spring Sale on Weed
the Women’s Spring Sale on Weed is now underway. The public is invited to come to the Daniels House in Naper Settlement to view and purchase the group’s carefully crafted flower arrangements. The sale runs today through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Admission to the sale is free.
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