Meet with the Mayor | Changes to Nonessential Business Policy

06 May 2020

State Allows Employees in Non-Essential Businesses
Gov. Baker has announced changes to the state's non-essential business policies which allow businesses to have employees working in brick-and-mortar locations. Please review all of the guidelines, which include limits on the number of employees present.

  • Facilities must remain closed to the public.
  • Employees can be working on delivery of phone and online orders, but not manufacturing. Deliveries should be contactless.
  • Employees must wear face coverings, maintain 6 feet social distancing, have staggered shift start times to minimize contact, and have hand sanitizer and hand washing facilities readily available.

Chat with Mayor Curtatone at Next Virtual Business Meeting
Mayor Joseph Curtatone will be joining us at our weekly Virtual Business Meeting this week to hear directly from you and answer your questions. Register at Eventbrite and join us tomorrow, Thursday, May 7 at 3pm.

Documentation of Hardship Forms for Commercial Tenants Published
The State has released guidance and forms for businesses looking to demonstrate financial hardship to their landlords. These documents are an important part of taking advantage of the state's eviction moratorium.

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