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As City Eases Burdens, Access to Capital, Rising Rents Remain Issues for Small Businesses 
by Cole Rosengren, Mar 13, 2015 
Small business assistance is a perennial political promise. Few can argue with the goal of stimulating the city's economy and almost everyone has some connection to the issue. 

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outdoor-lg-family.jpgThis program is for seniors 55 years of age and older. Grandparents willing to work with children for four (4) or up to seven (7) hours each day; five (5) days per week. Grandparents are placed in the borough that they live in.

The Grandparents work at Schools, Day Care Centers, and Head Start Programs.
Grandparents receive a stipend which is not considered a salary of $2.65 per hour which is non -taxable. You also receive transportation reimbursement. In the beginning you put the money out and then it is reimbursed to you.

Foster Grandparents receive a nutritious lunch from most of the sites.
Now in order to be eligible for this program, if you are a Single person your income can not exceed $2,298 per month. If you are married your income can not exceed $3,102 per month.
If you fall into these earning guidelines you are then eligible to become a NYC Foster Grandparent.
Each Grandparent must be fingerprinted for this program, because our program is federally funded, you must also have a physical before starting.

When you come in for your interview you must bring with you two (2) proofs of identification. One can be your Social Security Card; the other must be a City or State Photo I.D. such as: Passport; Green Card; Drivers License; Non Drivers License etc.

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Cici Beauty Spa Now Open at 234-238 Canal St 

The Yeon, 55 Division St, New Korean Skincare/Cosmetics Shop

New Opening, Uncle Mike's Cafe & Restaurant, 150 Centre St

Buddha Bodai Vegetarian Kosher Restaurant
77 Mulberry St., Online delivery available too!  Click Above Images To Enlarge 

Save The Date:
Join Us April 22, 2015
for a Fire Safety Education Workshop
at Chinatown Partnership LDC - 60 St. James Place - 6pm to 7pm 

Chinatown Remembers the Lady Garment Workers
Anniversary event in memory of the 146 lives lost 104 years ago during fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory.



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