PBA provides a vital connection for businesses with citizens and government in Anne Arundel County and Maryland.
Founded in 1986 with 35 members, Pasadena Business Association has grown to over 290 members. If you own or operate a local business and are interested in making
Pasadena a better place to live and work - a place where residents
patronize local businesses and work together with the business community
to create a healthy, robust local economy -consider becoming a member of PBA.
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Paid Sick Leave Bill
The bill will require paid sick leave for employers with more than 9 employees. To express your opinion on the bill, please contact your legislators or the members of the Economic Matters Committee. Click the link above for their information.
Governor's Transformation and Renewal Office
Governor Hogan has newly established a Transformation and Renewal office to find ways to streamline, combine services, etc. to make the Maryland State Government more efficient and move it more to the 21st century. The effort is being headed by former State Senator and Anne Arundel County Executive Robert Neall. As I was told, “Everything and anything” regarding ideas to help streamline the State Government is wanted.
The process is that any ideas people have should be sent to Robert Neall’s email address which is Robert.email@example.com Please feel free to contact Leslie Shoenhard (last name pronounced SHANE HARD). Her phone is 410-260-4077 and Leslie’s email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the link for Governor Hogan's press release for the new office.http://governor.maryland.gov/2016/05/10/governor-larry-hogan-appoints-robert-r-neall-as-senior-advisor/