Commissioneers meet McMahon


Shelby County Commissioners Bob Guillozet, Julie Ehemann and Tony Bornhorst met with Linda McMahon, the Small Business Administration administrator in Columbus Thursday. McMahon was in Columbus to meet with county commissioners and discuss how the SBA can better work with county and local governments. She discussed her background as a business owner and said her business started at her dining room table and tuned into a massive corporation. She lso talked about her unsuccessful bid to be a Senator for Connecticut. She said her direction from President Trump when he selected her for the position was to “just do a good job” and she believes that if she is not fulfilling that promise that she would step aside. She spoke about issues pertaining to our community such as workforce and discussed the agency as a resource for both information, planning and loans. The commissioners were in Columbus for a budget briefing with the County Commissioner’s Association of Ohio.

Shelby County Commissioners Bob Guillozet, Julie Ehemann and Tony Bornhorst met with Linda McMahon, the Small Business Administration administrator in Columbus Thursday. McMahon was in Columbus to meet with county commissioners and discuss how the SBA can better work with county and local governments. She discussed her background as a business owner and said her business started at her dining room table and tuned into a massive corporation. She lso talked about her unsuccessful bid to be a Senator for Connecticut. She said her direction from President Trump when he selected her for the position was to “just do a good job” and she believes that if she is not fulfilling that promise that she would step aside. She spoke about issues pertaining to our community such as workforce and discussed the agency as a resource for both information, planning and loans. The commissioners were in Columbus for a budget briefing with the County Commissioner’s Association of Ohio.


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Shelby County Commissioners Bob Guillozet, Julie Ehemann and Tony Bornhorst met with Linda McMahon, the Small Business Administration administrator in Columbus Thursday. McMahon was in Columbus to meet with county commissioners and discuss how the SBA can better work with county and local governments. She discussed her background as a business owner and said her business started at her dining room table and tuned into a massive corporation. She lso talked about her unsuccessful bid to be a Senator for Connecticut. She said her direction from President Trump when he selected her for the position was to “just do a good job” and she believes that if she is not fulfilling that promise that she would step aside. She spoke about issues pertaining to our community such as workforce and discussed the agency as a resource for both information, planning and loans. The commissioners were in Columbus for a budget briefing with the County Commissioner’s Association of Ohio.

Shelby County Commissioners Bob Guillozet, Julie Ehemann and Tony Bornhorst met with Linda McMahon, the Small Business Administration administrator in Columbus Thursday. McMahon was in Columbus to meet with county commissioners and discuss how the SBA can better work with county and local governments. She discussed her background as a business owner and said her business started at her dining room table and tuned into a massive corporation. She lso talked about her unsuccessful bid to be a Senator for Connecticut. She said her direction from President Trump when he selected her for the position was to “just do a good job” and she believes that if she is not fulfilling that promise that she would step aside. She spoke about issues pertaining to our community such as workforce and discussed the agency as a resource for both information, planning and loans. The commissioners were in Columbus for a budget briefing with the County Commissioner’s Association of Ohio.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_Commissioners.jpgShelby County Commissioners Bob Guillozet, Julie Ehemann and Tony Bornhorst met with Linda McMahon, the Small Business Administration administrator in Columbus Thursday. McMahon was in Columbus to meet with county commissioners and discuss how the SBA can better work with county and local governments. She discussed her background as a business owner and said her business started at her dining room table and tuned into a massive corporation. She lso talked about her unsuccessful bid to be a Senator for Connecticut. She said her direction from President Trump when he selected her for the position was to “just do a good job” and she believes that if she is not fulfilling that promise that she would step aside. She spoke about issues pertaining to our community such as workforce and discussed the agency as a resource for both information, planning and loans. The commissioners were in Columbus for a budget briefing with the County Commissioner’s Association of Ohio. Courtesy photo

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