SHELTON STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE TO HOST ALABAMA SMALL BUSINESS COMMISSION FOR PUBLIC LISTENING SESSION ON JANUARY 22
The Small Business Commission, a state panel that recommends policies and legislation benefiting small businesses operating in cities, towns, and municipalities across Alabama, will hold a listening session in Tuscaloosa on Wednesday, January 22, and members of the public are invited to attend and share their ideas.
The event will take place in the Alabama Power Recital Hall (room 1920) of the Shelton State Community College Martin Campus at 10:00 a.m.
Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth has statutory authority for overseeing the commission and the work it conducts.
“As a small business owner, I have firsthand experience in dealing with the obstacles that government bureaucracy, nonsensical tax policies, cumbersome employment laws, and other factors place in the path of job creators,” Ainsworth said. “The Alabama Small Business Commission was created in order to remove those obstacles and provide small business owners with the tools they need to prosper, grow, and hire new workers. I encourage any small business owner with concerns or ideas to attend this listening session and share their thoughts with the commission.”
Members of the media are also encouraged to attend.
WHAT: Alabama Small Business Commission Listening Session in Tuscaloosa
WHERE: Room 1920 (Alabama Power Recital Hall) of the Shelton State Community
College Martin Campus at 9500 Old Greensboro Road
WHEN: Wednesday, January 22 at 10:00 a.m.