Val-d’Oise: the village of Sagy to help traders in trouble
Faced with inflation and rising bills, the mayor of the village of Sagy in the Val-d’Oise has decided to support local traders by exempting them from commercial rents for six months.
Help ensure their sustainability. The mayor of the village of Sagy in the Val-d’Oise has decided to exempt local businesses from commercial rents for six months, fearing inflation-related closures.
In order to help the businesses of this small village of 1,100 inhabitants, the Mayor Guy Paris justifies this decision “so that we continue to provide a service to our residents and those of the surrounding villages, it is also a place of life, a place of exchange.
A “symbolic help”
A grant that will save a bakery in the city, whose monthly energy bill recently went from €2,000 to €5,000, to a saving of €500 per month.
“We thank the mayor of the city very much, even if the help he offers us in terms of energy consumption and energy costs is nothing but symbolic,” explained Amélie Kerjan, co-managing director of the village bakery.
In total, the help for dealers represents an envelope of 6,000 euros for the town hall.