SOLON—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) and Speaker Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) hosted a business round table meeting with local chambers, business owners, community members, and school districts to discuss the many initiatives that the legislature has taken to create a prosperous business environment for Ohioans.
 
Attendees were given the opportunity to ask questions directly to State Representatives Marlene Anielski and Kirk Schuring (R-Canton), who is the Vice Chairman of the Finance Committee.  The process of the Capital Budget Bill was heavily discussed and those in attendance were provided guidance as to how to submit their proposals. Other topics included school funding and state retirement systems.
 
“Allowing the people of Cuyahoga County to directly ask questions to myself and my colleagues is important in sustaining an open communication process," Representative Anielski said.  “Business forums allow my constituency access to additional leadership representing Ohio which provides valuable insight through direct conversations and input.”


Jennifer Natale, President/CEO of the Solon Chamber of Commerce, said, "On behalf of the Solon Chamber of Commerce, we were honored to provide this opportunity to be an advocate for our members and local  businesses to give them a forum to communicate directly with our state leaders."


 

 
 
 
  
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