Los Alamos Small Business Owners And Advocates Appeal To County Councilors For Assistance

Local small business advocate Debbie Morley speaks during public comment at last Tuesday’s Council meeting asking Council to appoint an ombudsman or some type of small business advocate to address ongoing concerns related to customer service and the business permitting process at the County. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com 

Boomerang Consignment and Resale owner Anna Dillane asks Council to help small businesses in Los Alamos. In a follow up email to Council Dillane said, ‘The comments made specifically by Councilor Chrobocinski, Councilor O’Leary and Councilor Girrens about their concerns and the potential need for improvement validated concerns and issues I have heard time and time again in our community … I see this response (adding the item to a future council meeting) as a very positive response to community member concerns.’ Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com 

Small Business owner Anna Dillane asks for Council’s support to help local small businesses. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com 

 

 

Los Alamos County Council members at last Tuesday’s Council meeting, from left, Susan O’Leary, Steven Girrens, Chair Kristin Henderson, Pete Sheehey and James Chrobocinski. Council Vice Chair David Izraelevitz and Councilor Rick Reiss attended the meeting by telephone. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

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