By participating in the survey, respondents will help inform Reyes’ legislative efforts.
(INLAND EMPIRE) — Many small business owners, related organizations and Inland Empire residents hoping to start a business have shared to State Assembly Majority Leader Reyes that they have difficulty finding information related to their needs. Recently, Reyes introduced AB 258, which would create a state-run portal to connect small business owners and those looking to start a business with an efficient way to search for grants, procurements and other financial opportunities. In order to make sure the portal would meet the exact needs of the small businesses it would serve, she is asking for more owners to complete a related survey.
“Thank you small business owners for your leadership in our communities,” said Reyes. “I have heard from many of you about how the California Legislature could offer support, and this survey will allow you to provide more details about what we can do. I look forward to crafting my bill around the feedback you provide.”
Survey responses are being accepted until Tuesday, March 7. Anyone who wants a survey link emailed directly to them or needs assistance completing it can call Majority Leader Reyes’ office at (909) 381-3238.
Assemblymember Eloise Gómez Reyes is the Majority Leader of the California State Assembly, representing Assembly District 50, which includes the cities of Colton, Fontana, Loma Linda, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands and San Bernardino, as well as unincorporated Bloomington.