Geneva, Ala. (WDHN)—Recently, Governor Kay Ivey’s office put out congratulatory releases concerning new business and industry choosing Alabama as a place to set-up shop.
It means needed jobs and career opportunities for residents.
In most cases, the state creates an economic incentive package for the company to set-up
shop in the state.
Alabama Senator Donnie Chesteen represents Geneva and portions of several wiregrass counties.
He feels the Governor may call a “special session”Dealing specifically with
tax incentives and other “perks” for opening up a business in the Yellow Hammer state.
Senator Chesteen says COVID-19 health protocols’ appears to be one big reason
why a Special Session may not be set.