“Small businesses form the backbone of any vibrant community and we realize the unique challenges faced by small business in Los Alamos and want to help,” County Administrator Harry Burgess said.
Los Alamos County hosted a question and answer session for small businesses last week. Business owners were provided an opportunity to ask questions of Economic Vitality Administrator Greg Fisher.
During the discussion, Central Park Square owner Phillip Kunsberg addressed questions about the proposed teen center displacing businesses.
"No tenant will be displaced by the Teen Center. Because of recent events, it is unlikely it is going to happen any time soon, due to actions of the Council," Kunsberg said.
He was referring to the County recently putting some capital projects on hold, including the Teen Center, awaiting a scheduled Jan. 29 mid-year budget review.
There was a robust discussion of issues and challenges facing small businesses in Los Alamos. To view the question and answer session of the small business meeting, click on the Los Alamos Daily Post exclusive video below.
The video runs 52 minutes: