Policy Agenda: Chamber Submits Key Policies Affecting Business To Town Officials

September 8, 2018 | Posted By: Connor Watkins

Our mission includes three major values that we provide to our members - service, advocacy and education. 

This year, our Business Advocacy Committee has been diligently working to create a document that reflects some of the most prevalent policies affecting businesses in the Town of Lexington.

The primary purpose of the Business Advocacy Committee is to promote a healthy business environment in Lexington by supporting legislation and other governmental action which encourages a strong business climate along with growing economic opportunities.

Following multiple drafts and feedback from the Chamber's board of directors, the Business Advocacy Committee submitted the documents below to the Town of Lexington 

2018 Business Policy List

After submitting this list to town officials, President/CEO Otis Rawl received a response from Town Administrator Britt Poole. Below is his response addressing each policy mentioned by the advocacy committee.

Town of Lexington Policy List Response

What do you think about this list? Submit a comment with your feedback so we can continue to improve and address legislation to better our community for local businesses.

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