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North Fork Chamber of Commerce

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Creating a supportive environment for businesses while fostering a stronger North Fork Community through networking meetings, promotional advertisements, and neighborhood initiatives.

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News You Should Know

Read on for community activities, opportunities, and generally useful information


Shop Local -  An Initiative to Support Local Businesses in the Off-Season

If you choose to do your holiday shopping in the township of Southold this year, you will make a direct, positive impact on the community.

“Whether it is tipping a bit more at a restaurant, picking up a gift card, visiting a local store or shopping curbsides,” said Richard Vandenburgh, President of Greenport BID and Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. co-founder. “We say ‘shop local’ every year— that is nothing new; but people really need to dig deep and think about every neighbor in their community and how the pandemic has affected them. People need to think outside the box. Don’t do it the easy way with click and ship.”

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Small Business Relief Program Assistance

Application Period runs from  Dec. 17, to Jan. 15. Apply ASAP through Suffolk County.

Southold Town has announced the availability of $1 Million in Federal Community Development Block Grants to help small businesses.

$5,000 is the maximum for businesses with up to 10 full-time employees.

$10,000 is the maximum for businesses with 11 to 50 full-time employees. Eligible businesses include gyms, hair salons and barber shops, nail salons, restaurants, bars and taverns.

Click here to download an application information sheet from Suffolk County's Economic Development page.

In Southold Town, call Denis Noncarrow, Government Liaison Officer at 631-765-5806


At Two Hospitals, Sadness in the Time of COVID Can Be Overwhelming

Shared from Suffolk Times, News Review & Shelter Island Reporter

In the emergency rooms and intensive care units at Peconic Bay Medical Center and Stony Brook Eastern Long Island Hospital, the days are often long, physically and emotionally exhausting and, for some on the staff, excruciatingly sad.

Last winter and spring, COVID-19 was a brush fire that refused to go out. Positive virus cases rose, deaths were commonplace; then summer arrived and things slowed down dramatically.

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There’s always something happening on the North Fork. From business workshops to side-splitting comedy shows, check out our events calendar for the latest and greatest.

Upcoming Events

2021 Annual Meeting & Digital Marketing Webinar with Bob McInnis

Monday, January 25, 2021

6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

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