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Main Street Program Rules Released for Public Feedback

The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) is seeking public input on amendments to the rules for the Main Street Recovery Finance Program, a suite of products created to provide financial support and technical assistance to New Jersey’s small businesses. The proposed rules clarify technical elements of the Main Street Program.

The document posted on the NJEDA webpage is a draft, which will be presented to the NJEDA Board, with any final edits, for its review and consideration for approval. If approved, the amendments will be published in the New Jersey Register for formal public comment as required by the Administrative Procedure Act before adoption.

Feedback must be submitted in writing no later than noon on Thursday, June 14. Written feedback can be submitted here.

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