Continue to make incentives available to businesses, with fees that they pay, for innovative clean technology projects that result in measurably cleaner communities, stronger businesses and healthier working conditions. Leverage investments that are mutually beneficial to businesses and their surrounding communities (ie. especially in areas of inequity). Auto body shops, dry cleaners, printers, plating companies, foundries, ...more »
The number of new businesses and jobs created in each area of the city
More opportunities to help minorities create and expand businesses in Minneapolis.
Establish an entity, modeled after the San Francisco Late Coalition, that would focus on various aspects of the Minneapolis Entertainment Industry, including but not limited to, Safety, Diversification, Policy, et al.
I have great ideas and sometimes see things through a different type of Lens that always leads to a new question of Why is this the way it is. Never stop asking questions and growing.
Shrink the size of Minneapolis government. Business in this city is tied hand and foot in every conceivable way. We need fewer laws and regulations; we need the freedom to be productive. Our city government needs to get out of the way so individuals and businesses can make wealth.