Downtown Orlando Business Owners Converge
City Commissioners vote on issues that impact residents and businesses city-wide, not just in their Districts.
On Thursday, August 5, 2021, I spoke to downtown restaurant and bar owners about my campaign, the need for Orlando City Council to provide equitable treatment for ALL downtown venues, and the highly restrictive ordinance on sound/music negatively impacting their businesses, which in-turn can negatively impact their employees ability to work.
My opponent voted for a new city ordinance (2021-39) that equates SOUND from restaurants and bars to causing crime in downtown Orlando. A conclusion made without a study. A conclusion made, quite possibly, for special interests. A conclusion that was rubber-stamped by Orlando City Commissioner Jim Gray; a self-proclaimed ‘businessman.’
What prevents City Council from extending this highly restrictive ‘sound’ ordinance on College Park, Lake Baldwin, Lake Nona, or any other location within the city? Absolutely nothing. If you are a business owner in the hospitality industry, you need to take note. Your revenues could be in jeopardy in the future. Be like me, support your fellow restaurant and bar owners in downtown Orlando.
It’s time for a change. Your voice will be heard, only if you Vote Bill Moore for Orlando City Commissioner, District 1 on November 2, 2021.
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Bill Moore, nonpartisan candidate for Orlando City Commissioner, District 1.
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