ROSEBURG — A total of 41 small business in Douglas County have been helped with COVID-19 relief funds through a $500,000 Emergency Small Business and Microenterprise Grant Program.

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UrsulaMajor

I'd like to know the names and businesses that got the money.

Starrburst

You can find that information here:

https://data.statesmanjournal.com/paycheck-protection-program-loans/summary/oregon/douglas-county/41019/

BetsyC

Thanks for all the posting of information regarding where we can track who got what. That is important info for people to know.

However a complete article should have the information enumerated in it and reference to the source. I have no doubt that the NR had access to the info, but I am a bit concerned they did not list it. Although space is $$, a newspaper should provide a more complete story. Otherwise it might as well just start posting memes and keep it on Facebook.

Starrburst

Another resource to find disbursements:

https://projects.propublica.org/coronavirus/bailouts/loans/mounts-enterprises-llc-1758927204

Starrburst

https://covidbailouttracker.com/

Plugtuglug

“No taxes, no entitlements, no handouts………oh, free money sure, sign me up”

Hypocrisy is a common value these days.

BetsyC

Who are they and how much did each receive?

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