The pandemic has wreaked havoc on many small companies, forcing hundreds of them to completely shut their doorways.
Eating places, bars and gymnasiums have been among the many hardest hit by lockdowns triggered by the pandemic.
Though California’s financial system is slated to totally open in lower than a month, many companies are nonetheless grappling to remain afloat.
A number of elected officers, together with Rep. Brad Sherman, Rep. Mike Garcia, Assemblymember Suzette Martinez Valladares, Los Angele County Supervisor Kathryn Barger and L.A. Metropolis Councilman John Lee will meet just about on June 3, to debate varied kinds of sources out there to assist companies.
The assembly will begin on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. Attendees can register here: