Anderson Hosts Scott To Lunch At Harbor City Diner

By  //  December 20, 2013

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GOV. RICK SCOTT TALKS TO LOCAL SMALL BUSINESS

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA — Brevard County Commissioner Andy Anderson hosted a lunch today with Gov. Rick Scott and several local small business owners to discuss the impacts of proposed and existing state regulations on small business owners.

Brevard County Commissioner Andy Anderson hosted a lunch today with Gov. Rick Scott and several local small business owners to discuss the impacts of proposed and existing state regulations on small business owners. (Andy Anderson image)

Brevard County Commissioner Andy Anderson hosted a lunch today with Gov. Rick Scott and several local small business owners to discuss the impacts of proposed and existing state regulations on small business owners. (Andy Anderson Facebook image)

Changes to regulations can have an effect on the way small businesses operate, sometimes causing confusion and slowing growth of all businesses as the economy begins to recover in Brevard.

At the luncheon, held at the Harbor City Diner in West Melbourne, small business owners were given the opportunity to explain the issues they are facing, offer solutions that would improve their businesses and encourage Gov. Scott to continue his pro-growth initiatives that have already benefitted the Space Coast.

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The Harbor City Diner is located at 1630 S Wickham Road in Melbourne.

Commissioner Anderson has always had a passion for small business and understands their value in our community.

He continuously looks for ways to aid them at the local level, including the moratorium on the impact fees that he fought so hard for in his first year as Commissioner.


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