The Weekly Newspaper of Inglewood
Herald Publications - El Segundo, Hawthorne, Lawndale & Inglewood Community Newspapers Since 1911 - (310) 322-1830 - Vol. 69, No. 27 - July 2, 2020
TEC Constructors & Engineers and AECOM
Keep the Inglewood Police Department Safe
Thank you Timothy Coffey of TEC Constructors & Engineers and Rob Aylesworth III of AECOM for the generous donation of 200 custom face masks for the Inglewood Police Department. Photo courtesy Inglewood Police Department.
Census Count from front page
A valid ID will include the person’s photo,
an expiration date, and a U.S. Department
of Commerce seal.
It is the law that everyone living in the
United States is counted once per decade.
Because it’s important to be counted, the
Census Bureau will send a reminder postcard
to households that have not responded by
July 22. The census takers will follow up,
starting two weeks later.
It’s estimated that $1.5 trillion in federal
spending will be divided up and shared with
governments, nonprofits, businesses, and
households across the nation - all based on
the census results. With small businesses
struggling to recover from forced closures
from March to June to slow the spread of
the coronavirus, federal contracts awarded
based on census data could provide stimulus
to the South Bay and regional economies. •
Census workers carry photo identification and will only visit addresses that haven’t returned a survey by mid-August. Credit: U.S.
WEBINAR PPP FORGIVENESS INFORMATION
The South Bay Small Business Development Center (South Bay
SBDC), hosted by El Camino College, is having a seminar on PPP
Forgiveness workshop being presented on July 8th at 10:00 a.m.
To sign up go to: https://lasbdcnet.ecenterdirect.com/events/21799
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