Small businesses can get help from $400,000 fund

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Tony Parko, Weld County's director of planning services, would love to see more businesses come to him for money.

Specifically, small businesses in unincorporated areas of the county who have fees to pay to get started can apply for money from $400,000 in the Weld County Microloan Fund this year. Thanks to a vote by the Weld County commissioners to approve $200,000 for the fund and a match by the Colorado Enterprise Fund, Parko is ready to hand out the money to qualified businesses to help them get started on the right foot.

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