MEDIA ADVISORY – Coulter: $30 million Set Aside For Pandemic Impact On Local Governments Small Business Stabilization Fund Grants $12 Million To 3,000 More Businesses

​Coulter: $30 million set aside for pandemic impact on local governments Small Business Stabilization Fund Grants $12 million to 3,000 more businesses


David Coulter, Oakland County Executive
Ken Siver, Southfield Mayor Donna Squalls, Royal Oak Twp. Supervisor

​Oakland County Executive David Coulter is holding a news conference via Facebook Live and teleconference to announce Oakland County will set aside $30 million from their allocation of CARES Act funds for cities, villages, and townships impacted by COVID-19. He will also announce the second round of grants from the Small Business Stabilization Fund with $12 million provided to over 3,000 more Oakland County businesses, reeling from the economic effects of the pandemic.


May 19, 2020, 1:30 PM
Additional Info

How to Participate: • Participating reporters please RSVP to Jaime Fenner at by 12:30 p.m. to indicate your participation on the conference line so the County Executive will call on you.