Albuquerque Frees up More Funds to Help Struggling Businesses

The city of Albuquerque is freeing up more funds to help struggling businesses hard hit by the governor’s COVID-19 restrictions. KOB reported yesterday that the city council will use two-hundred-thousand dollars of federal Cares Act money to help businesses, in particular those in the food services sector. The dollars are an additional boost after Mayor Tim Keller previously announced three-hundred-thousand-dollars were being set aside to help restaurants set up outdoor dining infrastructure.