by Lisa Hinton-Valdrighi
WHITE STONE—The time is now for businesses and non-profits in White Stone to apply for coronavirus-related aid.
Town council continued its November 5 meeting with a work session November 10 related to the CARES Act funding.
According to town manager Patrick Frere, White Stone received $58,649.50 in relief funding, all of which needs to be distributed or spent by December 30 or it goes back to the government.
Mayor Randy Reeves estimated there are 81 businesses…
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