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Anchorage this week started its first phase of easing restrictions through the coronavirus pandemic, permitting nonessential companies to reopen after six weeks of closure. Reopening nonessential businesses still face a variety of laws, together with necessities for patrons and workers to put on fabric masks as beneficial by the CDC. Many individuals are out of work or at lowered pay scales, so money is tighter and almost every thing that’s not important has been restricted to on-line shopping. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Milledgeville Main Street/ Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has determined to set aside $2,000 for a Milly Money promotion to help encourage shopping native in downtown Milledgeville.

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“It’s going to be much like Shop Petal First; it’s just going to be a web-based promotion,” mentioned Valerie Wilson, government director of the Petal Area Chamber of Commerce. “They’ll have …