2002-08-10 / Letters

Quality of Life Improvements

Quality of Life Improvements

Yet another election year is upon us. Political aspirants and incumbents both will soon vie for our attention and our almighty vote. Yes, it’s that time of the year again.

Among my associates, one of the major questions is this, who among those aspiring to occupy the thrones within the Congressional and Senate corridors will actually be committed to creating or implementing (pre-existing) legislation to encourage business owners to conduct business in ways that positively benefit the publics, markets, and communities of the loyal consumers whose monies keep the stores in business?

Some of the specific concerns regarding many (not all) the stores are: inferior products and services, over-priced products, non-friendly attitudes and poor customer service skills, lack of employment opportunities for local residents, less than clean environments and the absence of financial or in-kind contributions to community programs or organizations.

Beyond party differences, we want elected officials, regardless of party affiliation, committed to consumer affair initiatives that positively and concretely contribute to improving the quality of life of those human beings (consumers) in the neighborhoods and communities (marketplace).


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