Santa Clara County will begin the process of returning thousands of dollars in COVID-19 safety violation fines back to small businesses.
Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to create a grant program that redistributes money collected from pandemic-related health and safety violations back to local businesses. Once developed, the county is expected to partner with local financial institutions and community-based organizations to administer the program.
In the past 13 months, Santa Clara County levied about $5.7 million in COVID-19 safety violation fines, according to county documents,…
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