Assemblyman Montesano Invites Local Business Owners to Attend Business Roundtable Discussion

Montesano: "As businesses are the backbone of any community, discussions on how to improve them should occur frequently."

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NYS Assemblyman Michael Montesano.

Photo by: Office of Assemblyman Michael Montesano.

Long Island, NY - December 7, 2017 - Assemblyman Michael Montesano (R,C,I-Glen Head) is excited to announce he will participate in a business roundtable discussion facilitated by Assemblyman Dean Murray (R,C,I-East Patchogue) on December 15. Topics will include how legislation regarding minimum wage will affect small businesses and tip workers (A.6203), wage compensation for schedule changes, paid family leave and other regulatory issues. The discussion will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Rose Caracappa Auditorium at the Suffolk County Legislature, William H. Rogers Building, 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Smithtown.
 
“As businesses are the backbone of any community, discussions on how to improve them should occur frequently,” said Montesano. “I look forward to learning more about what my colleagues and business owners have to say about these topics and sharing my own thoughts about passed and pending legislation which affects the business community. I would like to invite business owners from my Assembly District to attend and participate in this discussion and give testimony on topics such as wage compensation for schedule changes, paid family leave and minimum wage. Coming together to share ideas and thoughts is important when it comes to the growth of the business community.”
 
Business owners in the 15th Assembly District who would like to attend or learn more about this event may contact Montesano’s district office at (516) 937-3571.