O'Reilly Hospitality Management LLC was the largest recipient of American Rescue Plan Act grants funds announced yesterday by Greene County.
The Greene County Commission allocated $825,794 to 69 companies in its fifth round of funding in the small-business category, according to a news release.
O'Reilly Hospitality Management was selected for a $32,000 grant.
Other businesses that received $20,000 or more are TownePlace Suites by Marriott, at $26,250; Elite Pain Management LLC, at $23,000; Lloyds Dry Cleaners LLC, at $21,750; Progress, at $20,500; and Red's Giant Hamburg Inc., at $20,000. [Editor's note: The full list of recipients is attached with the images above.]
TownePlace Suites is managed by O'Reilly Hospitality Management. Owned by RTT Hospitality LLC, the hotel represents a partnership between Rita Baron of architecture firm Baron Design, Terry Reynolds of C. Arch Bay Co. and Tim O’Reilly of O’Reilly Hospitality, according to past reporting.
With its $56.9 million ARPA allocation, the commission has set aside $20.4 million for collaboration projects, $12 million for nonprofits, $10.2 million for countywide projects and $8 million for small businesses, with the remainder being held in reserves, according to past reporting.
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