Now I’m not sure if you guys have found out, but Arborfield recently created a new act that regulates businesses within their city, I have one question for you the people; Does this interfere with the duties of the Firestone Department of Commerce? It’s that respective department’s job to regulate businesses within the state, I personally don’t think a municipal government should try and regulate something that is already regulated by a department that has state-wide jurisdiction.
What do you think?
Act link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FXHO4narzyv5vk8nQrVIqUEbqT_1oU5UyS6lcI0FbUA/edit
I have no problem with the act. Basically what the municipal act does is it specifies elements of the state law that were not otherwise covered, or covers areas unique to the respective municipality. I think that one of the biggest problems with some people (no offense), in Firestone is that they are so centered around this idea that everything has to be under the State of Firestone to hold water, which is not the case. As long as the act doesn’t majorly conflict or violate the state regulations put in place, I believe it is fine.
Well when you force a business to stay in your city unless you say it’s okay to move to another, I question if that’s a little too overboard.
Realistically speaking, I think to have a team implemented or something: You’d have to be commerce approved and approved by the city council… but I don’t know it all.
I think they should just allow Department of Commerce do something they were made to do, a city should have a say in these business in their area.
Where is that stated that the act is forcing a business to stay unless approved?
They are basically saying, a business ain’t going anywhere without the city saying it’s ok
We are not stating that businesses MUST have our approval to move out. We are rather stating, that, for them to be un-recognized by the Arborfield Government and no longer have the listed privileges in the bill for Arborfield specifically, they must gain approval. However, we may also say this is for planning reasons.
Furthermore, this bill has yet to be enacted, but, we thank you for voicing your concern about this issue.
@DeltaTrigger Well senate just voted on abolishing municipal governments today and it didn’t pass soooo they’re here to stay!
Your neighborhood friendly Senator
We’ll at least Arborfield is active. COUGH COUGH REDWOOD!
Great job, @anon89270917
@G_abee Didn’t ask nor do I care
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Commerce physically doesn’t do anything right now, So why not let businesses still form up?
This act is not really to hinder commerce’s ability to do their job. But rather protect businesses as a whole that want to enter Arborfield.
Think of it like a Worker Union, it protects workers, but does not hinder companies ability to make profits most of the time. Unless, the companies do something against the workers.