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The Greater Taylor Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center represents a thriving, progressive community nestled in Williamson County, the fastest growing area in the country. We boast a membership of over 330 businesses from around the county and beyond including Austin, Hutto, Round Rock, Georgetown, Coupland, Granger, Thorndale, and Thrall. We offer our members networking opportunities, entrepreneurship promotion, and programs designed to raise professional awareness of their businesses. We have small town values united with big time ideas waiting for you. If you want to experience the ordinary, you have other options. If you want to delve into a community rich in history and opportunity, come to Taylor. We’re anything but ordinary –
Taylor Chamber Opposed To User Fee
August 13, 2015
The Taylor Chamber of Commerce has said that it will not support the proposed transportation user fee under consideration by the Taylor City Council. In a position statement released last week, the chamber states:
The Greater Taylor Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors opposes the transportation user fees currently under consideration by the Taylor City Council. We believe the financial burden of this fee structure will have a negative impact on the Taylor business community, and smaller businesses in particular. Additionally, we believe these added costs will have a negative impact on Taylor’s ability to attract new businesses to our community.
“We are not opposed to upgrading our streets,” said Doug Frazior, chamber president and CEO. “But we want to see the street improvements financed in a way that puts less of a burden on our local businesses.”
The transportation user fee will be among items discussed by Taylor City Manager Isaac Turner at the Chamber Business Exchange Luncheon on Monday, August 17th 11:30 a.m. at Sirloin Stockade.
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