State Rep. Mark Tisdel today announced he will visit five Greater Rochester businesses this week for the second round of his local business tour. Tisdel will meet with business owners and employees about the struggles they have faced and overcome during the pandemic.
“During the first round of the tour, I saw seven fascinating establishments and heard inspiring stories of innovation and persistence,” said Tisdel, of Rochester Hills. “I am excited to tour more local businesses this week and to continue gaining a better understanding of recent economic challenges from the members of our Greater Rochester community.”
Tisdel will visit the following area employers on Thursday, April 8:
- Next Steps 4 Seniors,
- Rochester School of Martial Arts,
- Buffalo Wild Wings,
- Royal Park Hotel, and
- A-Auto Point Collision.
Thursday’s tours will conclude Tisdel’s two-day, 12-stop tour of local job providers in Greater Rochester. Tisdel last week visited seven businesses in downtown Rochester:
- Tonia’s Victorian Rose,
- Red Knapp’s,
- Arterra Realty,
- Paint a Miracle,
- Rochester Bike Shop,
- Pure Barre, and
- Bellissima Bridal Salon.
The 45th House district, which Tisdel represents, includes the cities of Rochester and Rochester Hills and part of Oakland Township.
Rep. Tisdel talks about Wednesday’s House passage of the Unlock Michigan citizens’ petition that repeals the 1945 law used as a source of gubernatorial authority in 2020 during the COVID pandemic, saying the Governor brought the repeal upon herself.
In a bipartisan vote, state Rep. Mark Tisdel and the Michigan House of Representatives today approved the Unlock Michigan citizens’ initiative to remove an unconstitutional law and help ensure a well-functioning government even during emergencies.