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On June 22, 2020, the Small Business Administration (“SBA”) released an Interim Final Rule (“the Rule”) that provides further guidance on loans administered through the Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”). Specifically, the rule clarifies the process for achieving loan forgiveness. Below is a summary of key provisions: Earlier Application Availability The Rule allows borrowers to file…
Max Rodenburg who practices in our Estates, Trusts, & Probate practice group was recently featured on the KFOR Radio show “Start Moving” by Coldwell Banker NHS Real Estate. You can listen in to Max talk about estate planning issues with other experts in the industry.
See the article here: https://rivercountry.newschannelnebraska.com/story/42316704/frustrations-grow-over-delayed-text-amendment-to-gage-county-wind-regulations Attorney David Bargen represents Gage County landowners seeking a one-mile setback requirement for wind turbines. He contends the county is within its rights to place a hold on wind and solar energy permit applications.