$1.2 million in coronavirus relief available for small businesses in McAllen
More financial relief for small business owners in McAllen is now available. A second round of grant money will be able to help shops stay afloat.
An additional $1.2 million is up for grabs. More than 49 businesses have already benefitted from the first round of funds — $300,000 was given out during that time.
City officials are hoping the money can help local businesses survive the pandemic. Business owners can apply at grant.mcallen.org.
Applications will be accepted through July 31.
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