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Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Congressional leaders have reached a deal to finally provide needed relief to American small businesses, workers, and families. The language will be finalized tonight and tomorrow and the bill is expected to be passed Monday, and swiftly followed by the President's signature.

The deal includes another round of small-business aid through the Paycheck Protection Program, a $300-per-week unemployment benefit for 11 weeks, a $600 second round of stimulus checks, and more money for things such as schools, coronavirus testing and vaccine distribution.

Roundhouse BBQ

Roundhouse BBQ

Coming soon to Downtown Trenton... The Villas at Round House. The first phase of the project will be six private dining villas that will seat up to 12 guests. Keep watching for more updates!

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

PANDEMIC RELIEF BILL STATUS UPDATE: Congressional leaders and the White House continue negotiations toward a critically needed relief bill, with a rare weekend session expected as a bill will not be finalized by the end of the day Friday. Further, it is expected that once a deal is reached, it will take a couple of days to draft a final bill, with some experts anticipating that a bill will not be voted on until next week.

The current proposed bill of $908 billion would provide an additional $300 billion in funds to the U.S. Small Business Administration for a second PPP loan available for the “hardest-hit” small businesses. Eligibility could be limited to small businesses with 300 or fewer employees that have sustained a 30 percent revenue loss in any quarter of 2020. Exact details on a 2nd round of the PPP are still under negotiations. The SWCRC will provide program details when, and if a relief bill is passed by Congress and signed into law.

The proposal does not include federal liability protections for employers, nor relief for state and local government. The proposal does currently include benefits for displaced workers, funding for vaccine distribution, relief for health care providers, rent assistance, extension of student loan forbearance, and $160 billion in funding for stimulus checks to individuals, and more. We will continue to keep the business community updated as we urge our elected leaders for additional and greatly needed relief for our region's job providers, entrepreneurs, and workforce.

Pet Supplies Plus - Woodhaven, MI

Pet Supplies Plus - Woodhaven, MI

Let us simplify the already busy Holiday Season for you! We offer FREE same day delivery* and free curbside pickup on all your pets needs for the holidays. Simply place your order online at www.petsuppliesplus.com and select your option for delivery or curbside
🔴 🔴For same day delivery, orders must be received by 1pm and be a $35 minimum🔴 🔴 (Delivery area is a 7 mile radius from our location)

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Wayne County, Michigan has partnered with Taylorcity on its newest free drive-thru COVID testing program located at Lakes of Taylor Golf Club (25505 Northline, between Telegraph and Beech Daly). This is a "semi-permanent" location for regional testing.

The City of Wyandotte, Michigan

The City of Wyandotte, Michigan

Wayne County is very excited to announce the Wayne County CARES program for Wayne County residents who work in the restaurant, hospitality, entertainment, and fitness industries.

Here is the link to the application which is easy to complete. https://www.waynecounty.com/backtowork/wayne-county-cares.aspx

Wyandotte Police Department - Michigan

Wyandotte Police Department - Michigan

After countless hours of work the court and police lobby was converted into this winter wonderland.

Shop with a cop was held here since we couldn’t do it at the store.

Big thanks to everyone that helped with the transformation and Shop w a Cop. We had so many employees of the PD, court, records department and various city workers come together to pull this off.

I think they did an amazing job. How about you? 🎄🎅🏻🎄🎅🏻

Wyandotte Recreation Department

Wyandotte Recreation Department

Friendly reminder that this Friday, December 4th from 9am to 11am, Gleaners will be passing out food for those in need. This is a drive thru event. Cars should line up in the Yack Arena's southern parking lot and food will be distributed in the northern parking lot.

Wyandotte Police Department - Michigan

Wyandotte Police Department - Michigan

Would LOVE to figure out who these two are. They helped themselves to an elderly man's money when he accidently left his wallet at the checkout counter at Shopper's Valley. Their vehicle is the red Jimmy/Blazer. Not too many of those on the road in this condition so we are hoping for some breaks from people who hate when the elderly get ripped off as much as we do.

Of course we can keep you anonymous. If you have any tips please message us or call Det. Groat at 734 324 4431. Case 20-03424.

Wyandotte Police Department - Michigan

Wyandotte Police Department - Michigan

Wyandotte Police/Downriver Central Dispatch
Part Time Emergency Dispatcher

Hourly Rate: $16.15 per hour
Schedule: Part-time position; 29 hours per week (Primarily Off-Hours)
General Statement of Duties: Receive 911/non-emergency calls for the cities of Wyandotte, Lincoln Park, Allen Park, and Southgate. Dispatch and communicate calls to the proper discipline, e.g. police, fire, EMS. Monitor radio transmissions and LEIN messages. Perform LEIN and RMS checks upon request of police officers.
Responsibilities include:
• Effectively manage each call per established policies & procedures
• Gather critical information and relay that information to responding emergency units
• Provide EMD (pre-arrival instructions) to persons in need of immediate life-saving intervention when necessary
• Maintain the highest level of confidentiality and professionalism
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Excellent communication skills; the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public; be proficient with a computer; possess competent keyboarding (typing) skills.
Basic Requirements:
• High School Diploma or GED
• Minimum 18 years of age
• No Felony Convictions
• Good Moral Character
• Ability and Willingness to work Midnights, Weekends, and Holidays

PLEASE send completed employment applications to
[email protected]
DO NOT send via Facebook or Messenger
You can get an application online at wyandotte.net Follow the quick links tab to Employment Opportunities, then Employment Application.

Thank you!

Wyandotte Police Department - Michigan

Wyandotte Police Department - Michigan

WPD just completed No Shave November. We are all clean shaven again today. Every officer that participated donated 50 bucks to our Shop With a Cop program. There were almost 30 of us that took part this year.

I’d like to give a special shout out to Sgt Gates and Reserve Officer Oliverio. Gates paid for all of the officers on his midnight shift while Oliverio donated 300 smackers! Nice job boys.

The City of Wyandotte, Michigan

The City of Wyandotte, Michigan

These images show Mayor Pro Tempore Rob DeSana presenting the 2020 Grand Parade Marshal award to the Wyandotte Fire Department. Their dedication to our community is unmatched. Congratulations to them as our award winner this year and Happy Birthday to them for 150 years!

Wyandotte Municipal Services

Wyandotte Municipal Services

City of Wyandotte - Special Greetings & Tree Lighting - 11/19/20
Although the ceremony was cancelled, the Christmas tree has officially been lit! Mayor Pro Tempore DeSana and his family flipped the switch last night.

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber is excited to announce the election results for the 2021 Board of Directors! 1/2 of our 42 elected board positions were up for election this year. After our membership completed voting earlier this month, and following last night's ratification by our Board, we are happy to announce the following re-elections:

Tony Arminiak - WCCCD
Barbara Rykwalder - DTE Energy
Kyle Mazurek - Comcast
Gregory Genter - Harvest Partners Financial
David Glaab - Law Offices of David Glaab
David B. Goodwin - Goodwin, Lademan & Associates, Inc. All Your Insurance Needs
Mary Jarosz - Crystal Gardens
Kathy Grybel-Kane - Trenton Trib/ Market Insights
Krishelle Kohler Wiley - Eldercare Home Care Group
Ayana D. King - Maximum Communications
Ryan W. Marl - Üforia Science
Terey Allen DeLisle - Services To Enhance Potential
Mark W Tremper - Downriver Community Federal Credit Union
Jeffrey Chicoine - Beaumont Health
Sandy Spradlin - Contract Furniture Solutions
Jack Richert - Special Tree

We are happy to announce the following newly elected board members, terms beginning January 1, 2021:

Ann Marie Creed - Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
Eric Karn - KSP Insurance Agency, Inc.
Will Evans - Go Big Multi-media
Mike Irvin - First Merchants
Silvia A Rainer - Paychex

Congratulations everyone!

The City of Wyandotte, Michigan

The City of Wyandotte, Michigan

Wyandotte Museums Festive Fridays - Cancelled

Due to the spike of COVID-19 cases and the Epidemic Order released this past Sunday for the State of Michigan, the Wyandotte Museums’ Festive Friday events have been cancelled. The dates for the events were December 4th, 11th and 18th. While this was a difficult decision to make, it was necessary in order to help stop the spread of the virus and further keep the public safe during these unprecedented times.

The Wyandotte Museum will be decorated for the month of December and tours are still available by appointment only. In order to schedule your tour, call 734-324-7284 or email [email protected]. Please note, a limit of six people will be enforced for all tours scheduled, regardless of family size. We appreciate your understanding and wish you all a very safe and healthy holiday season.

--Staff of the Wyandotte Museums

The City of Wyandotte, Michigan

The City of Wyandotte, Michigan

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to expand and evolve, the City of Wyandotte, in compliance with the most recent MDHHS Emergency Order, is taking action to limit the impact of the virus on our community and maintain city services.

Effective WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2020 City Hall will remain open and will not close. But, access to the public will be by APPOINTMENT ONLY.

We do encourage residents and customers to continue to utilize other methods of service such as the drop box, email, website, and phone.


Wyandotte Municipal Services

Wyandotte Municipal Services

*UPDATE: The outage is now clear. If you are still experiencing service interruption please contact Customer Assistance @ 734.324.7190.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

On Tuesday, November 17, 2020, there will be an Emergency outage starting at 9:00am. For the safety of our crews, it is necessary to de-energize the area between 19th & 20th, Grove to St Ignace (outline in red on the map). This outage will last approximately 3 hours. Below you will find an aerial view of the area.

Areas surrounding the outage area may experience an interruption in cable, phone, and internet service.

All addresses affected by the outage will receive a Code Red Alert in addition to this page. You may sign up for Code Red alerts at Wyandotte.net and click on sign up for text alerts at the bottom left of the page.

We apologize for any inconvenience; we ask that you please be patient and know that WMS will work diligently to restore services in a safe and timely manner.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce

UPDATED on11/15 | 7:00 pm


On Sunday, November 15, Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS) announced a new Gatherings & Face Mask Order, instating a three-week pause plan introducing restrictions and indoor service closures on specific businesses throughout Michigan in an effort to slow the increase in COVID-19 cases. The order rescinds the previous October 29, 2020 Order, under the authority of the Public Health Code, Act 368, MCL333.2253. The restrictions take effect on Wednesday, November 18, and expire on Tuesday, December 8. The current October 29 MDHHS Order remains in effect until November 18.

According to the Order, the following services and businesses are to suspend indoor/in-person operations: All non-residential indoor gatherings are prohibited; In-person learning at high schools, colleges and universities; Businesses must require remote work for employees with the exception of essential workers who must conduct operations in-person; Indoor dining at restaurants and bars must be suspended; Theaters, casinos, stadiums and arenas; Bowling centers, ice skating rinks, and indoor water parks; Bingo halls, casinos and arcades; And in-person group fitness classes are not permitted.

The Order permits gatherings with specific restrictions in place at specific food service venues only such as college cafeterias, soup kitchens, and more. Outdoor dining at restaurants require that parties are seated at no more than 6 per table, and tables are at least 6 feet apart.

According to the Order, the following services and businesses are permitted: Indoor residential gatherings are permitted up to 2 households and no more than 10 people; Preschool up to 8th grade can conduct in-person classes; Childcare facilities; Manufacturing, construction and other work that cannot be conducted remotely; Public transit; Personal services such as hair salons and barber shops; Gyms and pools for individual exercise; Restaurants and bars for outdoor dining, carryout and delivery only; Professional sports without spectators; Parks and outdoor recreation; Funerals up to 25 people; And healthcare facilities.

RETAIL and other businesses: Capacity restrictions and other rules are increased for businesses according to the November 18, 2020 MDHHS Epidemic Order, including a limitation of 30% occupancy capacity for retail stores.


**UPDATED** Capacity Restrictions for Businesses

Retail businesses, libraries and museums are limited to 30% occupancy capacity. A retail store, library, or museum may permit one customer at a time to enter if strict adherence to the 30% total occupancy limit would otherwise result in closure. Retail stores must establish lines to regulate entry and checkout, with markings for patrons to enable them to stand at least six feet apart from one another while waiting.

Exercise facilities, such as gymnasiums, fitness centers are limited to 25% occupancy limits, with a requirement of 12 ft. of space between exercise stations. Group fitness gatherings are prohibited.

Outpatient health-care facilities, veterinary clinics, personal care services, and other businesses - waiting room gatherings are prohibited unless a system is established to allow for 6 feet of distancing between patients (with a system in place that allows patients to wait in their car, if possible).

Pools - A gathering at an indoor or outdoor pool not otherwise prohibited by this order must not exceed 25% of bather capacity limits.

Non-essential personal care services, including hair, nail, tanning, massage, traditional spa, tattoo, body art, and piercing services, and similar personal care services - gatherings are only permitted to the extent that services do not involve the removal of face masks. All services must be provided by appointment, and gatherings in waiting areas are prohibited.

Updated Face Covering Mandate

According to the Order, all persons participating in a gathering must wear a face covering. A person responsible for a business, school, government office or other operations must enforce a face covering mandate for all attendees, including employees at an indoor gathering. Further, the Order mandates that such person must deny service to a customer who refuses to wear a face covering while gathering, and may not assume that an individual not wearing a face covering falls within one of the exceptions detailed in Section 8 of the Order, though can accept a verbal explanation from a person that they fall into one of the exception categories.

The Order establishes specific rules for child-care organizations located in Section 7, Subsection (e).

Exceptions to the face covering rule can be found in Section 8 of the Order.

Business Signage Requirement

All establishments open to the public are required to a post signage at entrances informing patrons and staff that they are required to wear a face covering while inside the building. Business are also required to post signage at entrances to buildings informing patrons to not enter if they have recently been, or are sick.

Signage and posters can be found at the Department of Labor & Economic Opportunity resource page

Attendance Limitations on Gatherings

The Order establishes the following attendance restrictions on gatherings throughout the State:

1) Indoor gatherings are permitted at residential homes with no more than 10 people from 2 households.

2) Indoor gatherings at non-residential venues are prohibited.

3) Outdoor gatherings are permitted at residential homes, with no more than 25 people from no more than 3 households

4) Outdoor gatherings are permitted at non-residential venues in that:
25 or fewer persons are gathered at a venue without fixed seating, and attendance is limited to 20 persons per 1,000 square feet, including within any distinct area within the event space;
25 or fewer persons are gathered at a venue with fixed seating, and attendance is limited to 20% of seating capacity of the venue.
5) There are specific exceptions to this rule detailed within the Order. "As a condition of hosting a gathering under this order, organizers and venues must design the gathering to encourage and maintain physical distancing, and must ensure that persons not part of the same household maintain 6 feet of distance from one another to the extent possible."
Contact Tracing Requirements

The order establishes that several businesses, in order to hold gatherings, must maintain "accurate records, including date and time of entry, names of patrons, and contact information, to aid with contact tracing, and denies entry for a gathering to any visitor who does not provide, at a minimum, their name and phone number." This rule applies to the following businesses:
(1) All businesses or operations that provide barbering, cosmetology services, body art services (including tattooing and body piercing), tanning services, massage services, or similar personal care services;
(2) Exercise facilities

In-Home Services: According to the Order, "All businesses or operations that provide in-home services, including cleaners, repair persons, painters, and the like must not permit their employees to gather with clients unless the business maintains accurate appointment records, including date and time of service, name of client, and contact information, to aid with contact tracing."

The situation continues to change, and the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber will keep our membership up to date on important updates and information. Please follow the SWCRC on Facebook for the most up-to-date information.


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