Rocky River Issues

Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act

Senator Sherrod Brown hosted a Conference Call on April 9th with Gil Goldberg, District Director of the Small Business Administration (SBA) Cleveland District Office about resources available to Ohio businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.  A resource guide titled, “Small Business Owner’s Guide to the CARES Act” was provided during the call.  The SBA website has an overview of the CARES Act with links to additional resources or the Guide can be viewed directly HERE.

Small business owners can also contact the Rocky River Chamber of Commerce by clicking HERE.

Please share this information with any small business owners you know.  Our gratitude to all small businesses who employ so many of our residents.  We are with them during these challenging times.

See our last post for more information on voting in the Ohio Primary Election, Sherrod Brown, and getting and giving help.

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Icebreaker Wind Project – Take Action to Help Fight Climate Change!

Each of us tries to do our part by using LED bulbs, purchasing energy-efficient appliances, etc. Cleveland now has the potential to make an impact on a larger scale with the implementation of the Icebreaker Wind Project.

Icebreaker Wind Project is a 6-turbine wind farm in the waters of Lake Erie off the coast of Cleveland. It will generate clean, renewable energy and contribute to our area’s economy with more than 500 construction jobs and a projected economic impact of $168M.

The Icebreaker Wind Project would be only the second offshore wind project in the entire United States, and it offers Ohio the opportunity to become a national leader in an emerging industry. It has earned all required Federal approvals, albeit requires a final certificate from the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB).

PLEASE CLICK HERE and print the letter to Sam Randazzo, Chairman of the OPSB, urging him to grant the certificate. Simply sign your name, address an envelope, and drop it in the mail. It will take a minute and cost a first class stamp, and it is worth the effort for this important cause.

During this season of giving, there is no greater gift we can give to our families than to join our voices together and be heard about the most important issue facing our planet. We, the residents of greater Cleveland, can make a difference on climate change! So again, CLICK HERE to print and send the letter.

Thank you!

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