Ridley-Thomas Talks Small Business


On February 27 Assembly member Sebastian Ridley-Thomas talked small business with a group of Culver City Chamber Small Business members along with the California Small Business Association.

The meeting held in the Assembly member's Culver City offices covered the wide array of small business issues facing all California small businesses from regulatory issues, worker's compensation premiums, changes in unemployment regulations and workforce housing.

Ridley-Thomas briefed Culver City small businesses on his concerns, past votes, forthcoming legislation, and taxes. The inter-exchange proved valuable for the Assembly member as well as all in attendance.

Appearing in to picture from left to right are: Colette Moore, Chair-Elect of the Culver City Chamber, owner of Pridestaff; Alan Schulman, owner of Akasha Restaurant; Dr. Pamela Wiley, President/CEO of the Loa Angeles Speech and Therapy Center (centered in Culver City); Andrew Levy, California Small Business Association; Assembly member Sebastian Ridley-Thomas; Earl Trusty, Ferrufino's Interiors (front); Ken Kaufman, owner of Rush Street/City Tavern; Ron Vartanian, General Manager of Bunnin Chevrolet; Todd Shays, co-owner Queen Bee Spa and Salon; Steven Rose, President/CEO, Culver City Chamber; Betty Jo Tocalli, President of California Small Business Association (not pictured)


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