Angela recently spoke to the Newcastle Herald about how The Small Business Party is helping those businesses with a class action. The organiser of a class action on behalf of Newcastle traders affected by light rail works says 45 businesses are poised to join the lawsuit.
Sydney cafe owner and politician Angela Vithoulkas will bring a team from Mitry Lawyers to Customs House on Saturday to explain how the legal action against the state government will work and sign up business owners.
The owners of two Hunter Street businesses, Blue Door cafe and Frontline Hobbies, said on Thursday that they were committed to the lawsuit and expected many others to follow them.
Ms Vithoulkas, whose Vivo cafe in George Street is due to close on August 24 after almost three years of light rail disruption, said 45 Newcastle firms and an unspecified number of residents had registered their interest online.Click here to read the full article.