By Patricia Villers
ANSONIA — It’s all about local business owners communicating and working together to attract attention to the city.
That was the consensus this week at the second small-business forum sponsored by the Economic Development Commission at The Original Antonio’s Restaurant on Main Street.
While more than 60 attended the first forum in January, less than a third of that attended Monday’s event.
Economic Development Commission Chairman Vincent Scarlata said the commission is considering ways to spend about $80,000 in the EDC budget.
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