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Clark County businesses find COVID relief comes with a price: lots of paperwork

By Anthony Macuk, Columbian business reporter
Published: May 22, 2021, 6:01am
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Brooklyn Feustel looks through the selection at Kazoodles Toys in Vancouver. The toy store is one of many small businesses in Clark County that received Paycheck Protection Program loans last year. Local lenders have now turned to guiding their clients through the loan forgiveness process.
Brooklyn Feustel looks through the selection at Kazoodles Toys in Vancouver. The toy store is one of many small businesses in Clark County that received Paycheck Protection Program loans last year. Local lenders have now turned to guiding their clients through the loan forgiveness process. (Joshua Hart/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

The federal Paycheck Protection Program has run out of funding for all but a small subset of borrowers and will officially come to an end May 31, after operating on-and-off for more than a year as a critical lifeline for businesses struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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