Reduction in Lanes, Wider Sidewalks Proposal For Main Street at Town Hall Meeting Monday

Categories: Local News

The Engineering Division of the Hayward Public Works Department will hold a virtual town hall meeting from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday, June 22, to discuss and receive feedback on two approaches to making changes on downtown Main Street. The proposals are part of the city council’s Complete Streets Strategic Initiative, which calls for an integrated network to accommodate motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists and users of public transportation.

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District Will Not Renew School Resource Officer Program, Pending Review of 'Policing Practices'


The School Resource Officer program of the Hayward Unified School District will not be renewed for the 2020-21 school year until conversations with the community, HUSD reported Tuesday. The announcement said, "the powerful protests that have erupted around the world have forced a national conversation about racial injustice and policing practices."

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Upcoming Business Webinars

Categories: Webinars

Wednesday, June 17, 11 a.m., "Advertising Mail Demonstration with USPS. Every Door Direct Mail" by the US Postal Service. Information and registration HERE.

Thursday, June 18, 3-5 p.m., "Growing Your Business Online," by David Mitroff on behalf of the Alameda County Small Business Development Center. Register HERE.

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Paycheck Protection Program Closes at the End of June

Categories: Taxes Local Business

The last day for approved applications to be submitted to the SBA under the Paycheck Protection Program will be June 30. If you are working with borrowers still thinking about putting in their applications to the PPP program, ensure that their approvals are submitted prior to the close of the program.

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Be Prepared for Pandemic Tax Surprises

Categories: Taxes

A member of the Hayward Chamber of Commerce for the past 14 years, we always pay attention when Eva Smith has advice on tax preparation and financial news. Her latest newsletter points out three "potential surprises" for businesses and individuals who use the available economic relief packages.

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