Among the most prevalent topics discussed by the Hamilton County Business Issues Committee (consisting of all four county chamber presidents and one business representative) is infrastructure. On their current radar:
On July 18th, the Alcohol Code Revision Commission had their first of five meetings. If you are looking for the words “cold beer,” you won't read them here, nor in the minutes of the meeting. What is the purpose of this group? If you go to the website, it says they have three primary functions:
To protect the economic welfare, health, peace and morals of the people of this state
To regulate and limit the manufacture, sale, possession, and use of alcohol and alcoholic beverages
To provide for the raising of revenue
The “what we do” is probably not why you are reading this; you want to know what happened.
The OneZone Board of Directors are dedicated and active member volunteers, who serve as ambassadors for our 1,300 members and provide guidance and direction for the Chamber. Board Member Courtney Lloyd of STAR Financial Bank, Chair-Elect, has been active in the Chamber for over ten years. Her leadership roles have ebbed and flowed, but at the center has always been a desire to have an impact for her fellow members and the communities that OneZone serves.