From Tangipahoa Parish Government
LABI has released policy recommendations to help stabilize public education and address current workforce needs as Louisiana phases out of the initial response to COVID-19 .https://buff.ly/3bTWXTX
-The Federal Reserve has released more information on the Main Street Lending Program., which is designed to provide businesses with loans from banks at below-market interest rates. Businesses with fewer than 15,000 employees or 2019 revenues less than $5 billion are eligible. Loans can range from $500,000 to $25 million. You can find more information, as well as Frequently Asked Questions here: https://buff.ly/3bhV3ft
-Senate President Page Cortez and House Speaker Clay Schexnayder announced that they will reconvene both chambers of the Louisiana Legislature at the State Capitol on Monday, bringing lawmakers back to work after more than a month-long pause due to the COVID-19 crisis. New safety measures, such as plexiglass barriers and social distancing, will be in place and both presiding officers said that they expect their members to take up a full slate of bills.
-The Louisiana Office of State Fire Marshal released guidelines for restaurants to operate their outdoor patio space in response to Governor Edward’s recently announced stay at home order that allows restaurants to open their outdoor seating to customers, as long as table side service is not provided. The guidelines include: reducing outdoor capacity to 25% of that allowed by the Fire Marshal; tables spaced at least 10 feet apart; and other directives. Outdoor patio seating is still prohibited in Orleans Parish. View the full list of guidelines:: https://buff.ly/3f7rEqB