First annual Business Resource Day

On Wednesday, September 24, Queens Borough President Helen M. Marshall will present the first annual Business Resource Day. Come and learn how to navigate government services to help grow your business!
Come to Queens Borough Hall, 120-55 Queens Boulevard, Kew Gardens, Room 213 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and get answers to these frequently asked questions:
Is that sidewalk vendor on my street legal?
How do I get more police presence on my street?
How do I get the catch basin cleaned?
Is my awning and sign in compliance with City regulations?
How do I save on my gas and electric bill?
How do I get a tree planted in the empty tree pit in front of my business?
How do I get the graffiti removed from the bus shelter in front of my business?
Speak with other merchants; get to know your agency representatives and pick-up brochures. For more information, contact Melva Miller, Director of Economic Development 718-286-2655 or mmiller@queensbp.org
Attending agencies will include: NYC Department of Consumer Affairs, NYC Department of Finance, NYC Department of Environmental Protection, NYC Department of Buildings, NYC Department of Small Business Services, NYC Department of Health, New York Empire State Development, NYC Department of Parks & Recreation, NYC Department of Sanitation, NYC Police Department, Department of Transportation, Con Edison, National Grid, Citibank and the NYC Community Affairs Unit.

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