Legislators to speak at Chamber 'Eggs and Issues'

From Staff Reports
news@newnan.com
Coweta’s state representatives and senator will speak at the annual Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce “Eggs and Issues” event next week.
The annual Newnan-Coweta Chamber event featuring State Representatives Carl Von Epps, Matt Ramsey and Lynn Smith and Senator Mike Crain in the Coweta Delegation will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 7:30 a.m. as part of the chamber's monthly breakfast forum at the Central Educational Center, 160 Martin Luther King Drive, Newnan.
“This is a tremedous opportunity to meet face-to-face with our representatives and to hear what is on the horizon for the 2013 Legislative session that will impact our community,” said Chamber President Candace Boothby.  “It’s our best opportuity to be informed,” she added.
Due to the expected crowd and limited seating, reservations for breakfast forum are required and may be made by emailing info@newnancowetachamber.org or calling the Chamber at 770-253-2270 by noon on Monday, Nov. 26.
The cost is $15 for chamber members and $50 for the public.  Breakfast is provided.
The Chamber’s monthly forums offer insider information about the public infrastructure and industrial and corporate sectors that put Coweta at the top, say Chamber leaders. Programs regularly feature leaders in education, healthcare, economic development and more.  To learn more visit www.newnancowetachamber.org .


More Local

Newnan Police on lookout for robbery suspect

Newnan police are on the lookout for a man suspected of robbing the CVS Pharmacy on Temple Avenue at gunpoint Saturday. About 7:20 a.m., Off ... Read More


NPD arrests two shooting suspects

On Sunday, authorities with the Newnan Police Department arrested two men believed to be involved in two shootings that occurred over the la ... Read More


Grantville merges with county emergency dispatch

During Monday’s city council meeting, the city of Grantville voted to sign a memorandum of understanding to integrate its computer aid ... Read More


Marijuana odor leads to arrests of wanted men

Senoia police arrested four men Sunday after an officer noticed how strongly they smelled of marijuana in a convenience store. About 12:30 a ... Read More


Edwards receives President’s Award from GTA

Tavores Edwards, Coweta’s transportation manager, is the 2014 recipient of the Georgia Transit Association’s President’s A ... Read More

Breakdown: Grantville clerks leave town

It's a one-two punch that could put Grantville on the ropes. The recent resignations of longstanding city clerks Tonya Wheelus and Tracey To ... Read More