CHARLESTON, West Virginia — Small businesses in West Virginia that have been impacted by bad weather may be able to get financial assistance from the federal government.
The U.S. Small Business Association says economic injury disaster loans are available for certain small businesses, small agriculture cooperatives, aquaculture businesses and private nonprofit groups. The businesses must be located in Cabell, Hancock, Jackson, Marshall, Mason, Ohio, Pleasants, Tyler, Wayne, Wetzel and Wood Counties.
The administration hopes to help offset financial losses that resulted from the excessive rain, flooding, heating, landslides, mudslides, high winds, hail and lightning that impacted parts of West Virginia between March and August.
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