Georgia Chamber of Commerce honors Rep. Smith

State Rep. Lynn Smith (R-Coweta) was recognized on Tuesday, Sept. 23, by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce for her strong support of business issues and her hard work on the statewide water plan. The presentation took place at the Newnan-Coweta Early Bird Forum at the Central Educational Center in Newnan with more than 100 business leaders in attendance. Smith has been a reliable and respected advocate of the Georgia Chamber's legislative agenda for many years. She currently serves as the chairman to the House Natural Resources and Environment Committee. Her extensive involvement in authoring the 2003-2004 Georgia Water Management Plan and service on the Statewide Water Study Committee work to support her appointment. George Israel, Georgia Chamber of Commerce President & CEO said, "Rep. Lynn Smith is a tremendous voice for west Georgia businesses."
"I applaud her for her efforts in helping Georgia become one of the most business-friendly states in the nation," he said. The Georgia Chamber is the grassroots voice of business, vigorously representing its diverse membership in the public policy arena. As it constantly works to protect Georgia's enviable pro-business environment, the Georgia Chamber remains mindful of its mission to keep the state economically prosperous, educationally competitive and environmentally responsible.

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