See how Georgetown unempoyment claims have decreased since the start of the pandemic.
It has been six months since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in Central Texas. See where Georgetown unemployment claims stand.
The Texas Workforce Commission has reported 3.2 million Texans have filed for unemployment relief since mid-March.
Unemployment claims by Georgetown residents continue to drop as the pandemic goes on, according to Texas Workforce Commission data.
Following a new industry guideline recently distributed by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, more bars across the state may soon be able to qualify as restaurants.
Sales tax revenue funds about 8.4% of the city’s budget.
DATA: Unemployment claims in Georgetown drop nearly 15% in Texas Workforce Commission monthly snapshot
The data is part of a weekly report that provides a snapshot of the prior four weeks of unemployment claims.
Unemployment continues to volley in Georgetown. Take a look.
The loss of extra unemployment support could send numbers back down, however.
Some breweries across the state may now reopen as restaurants after the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission released new guidelines on how restaurants may calculate their alcohol sales receipts.
The state of Texas gained 50,000 new jobs in February, but since the coronavirus pandemic hit, more than 2 million jobs have been lost.
This year sales tax-exempt purchases can be made online, over the phone or by mail.
In a July 22 update, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission states that breweries may not have customers consume alcohol on patios.
The SBA released the data July 6 after it was sued by 11 media organizations over its initial refusal to release detailed loan information.
In its first full month of reopening since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Georgetown sales tax revenue picked up again.
Georgetown saw a slow in unemployment claims between May 27 and June 27.
More than 3,500 businesses have received funding from the Wilco Forward program.
The Texas comptroller's office has released June sales tax revenue figures.
Georgetown and Williamson County continue to report fewer unemployment claims due to the coronavirus pandemic over time.
Texans receiving unemployment benefits will have a little extra time before they have to prove they are actively looking for work to continue receiving state assistance.
The lawsuit was filed in Travis County District Court by Jared Woodfill, a Houston attorney who has led previous legal efforts opposing Abbott’s other shutdown orders during the pandemic.
Williamson County received about $93 million in CARES Act funding in April.
Georgetown continues to see a decrease in unemployment claims.
But unemployment claims in Williamson County remain in the top 25 in the state.
Unemployment recipients will have to start documenting their efforts to find a new job July 6, with the first reports due July 19.