Mayor Adams creates a small business commission to help cut red tape

Mayor Eric Adams has formed a commission of business leaders to advise him on how to improve the climate for doing business in the city,

Adams made the announcement Monday at the start of a week dedicated to helping and celebrating small businesses.

The mayor will appoint at least 30 members to the group, whose chair will be the commissioner of Small Business Services. The commission will meet every two months, according to an executive order that contains the details of the new group.

“We want them to look at, how do we stop the red tape,” he said.

The announcement comes four months after Adams tasked

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