"The state needs to reconsider this tax and focus instead on promoting continued investment in New York’s broadband"
This is the latest example of how we can #StandUpforNYBusinesshttps://t.co/rqyfPPSfFK
— The Business Council (@BusinessNYS) December 16, 2021
Statement from The Business Council on the State's Mask Requirement
“As we have stated in the past regarding similar mandates, we support necessary measures to help stop the spread of COVID. Our hope is people respect the state’s directive and employees of businesses by not putting them in the difficult position of having to enforce the mandate through confrontation
Consider shopping small this holiday season! Small businesses have a BIG impact on local economies! 🛍️#supportsmallbusiness
Learn more about our Small Business Member Alliance program, FREE to eligible employers across New York State.https://t.co/TH0iNjoYPT pic.twitter.com/XxnMZVyM3k
"The governor is right in wanting to avoid disrupting a recovering economy, especially during the holiday season. From the beginning of the pandemic, businesses have been proactive in their response by adapting to policy changes and government mandates, all while creating safer conditions for employees and customers
The Business Council Welcomes Paul Zuber To Head Government Affairs
ALBANY – Paul Zuber is joining The Business Council of New York State Inc., as Executive Vice President, effective November 29.
Mr. Zuber is bringing extensive public policy experience to The Business Council. For the last eleven years, he was Senior Vice President of Government Affairs at Albany Strategic Advisors
Congratulations to the boss, @briccetti , on being named to the City & State Power of Diversity: Women 100 list!
We are proud of the work we do here and for Heather's leadership advocating & being the voice of business in New York State.https://t.co/pToCbWjyzw
— The Business Council (@BusinessNYS)
“The Business Council applauds the New York State Congressional Delegation members who supported the passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. Despite the misinformation and political backlash surrounding the vote, this bill is an investment of over $500 billion into the nation’s infrastructure with approximately $27 billion in assets to New York State to update and repair critical infrastructure, which is a win for everyone, including taxpayers, businesses, and the economy
Day two of the Annual Environment Conference featured forward-thinking sessions including the new circular economy, electrifying transportation, implementing the CLCPA, and how hydrogen can be part of New York's decarbonization plans.
The second day's events began with remarks from the Honorable Carrie Woerner (AD 113) on the implementation process of the state's new environmental mandates