ATLANTA (WKZO) -- The U.S. Small Business Administration has federal economic injury disaster loans available for businesses, farms and non-profits in two Upper Peninsula counties.
The SBA says the loans are being made available for Dickinson and Menominee counties due to a disaster declaration that came after excessive rain and snow, along with multiple periods of thawing and refreezing from January 1st to May 21st of this year. The two U.P. counties are contiguous to the primary disaster counties in Wisconsin.
Loans are available up to two-million dollars with interest rates of under three-percent.