By Linda Collins
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce has set up an online resource guide for those businesses across the borough that suffered damage following Hurricane Sandy. Additionally, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is offering temporary work space to those members displaced by the storm and in need of a place to work. Such office spaces will be available through the end of the year, according to Carlo Scissura, Chamber president and CEO. "The Chamber has created a resource guide with all the vital information and phone numbers businesses need to contact in order to get assistance and emergency loans," said Scissura.
"Together we can help businesses rebuild bigger and better than before and contin- ue to make Brooklyn the won- derful place we all know it is." Scissura also said if any Chamber members need help filling out the applications, they are encouraged to come to the office or call. To view the guide, visit www.ibrooklyn.com/sandy. Those needing temporary office space are invited to the Chamber's offices at 25 Elm Place in Downtown Brooklyn. They may also call Veronica Harris at (718) 875- 1000, ext. 127, or email vhar- firstname.lastname@example.org.