Concord has been rated one of the safest and best places to live, not only in New Hampshire, but in the country.
CONCORD, NH (March 2019) – The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce invites members and the public to Lunch with New Hampshire’s Commissioners on Thursday, March 14, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 172 North Main Street, Concord.
Multiple New Hampshire State Commissioners will join the Chamber for an important panel discussion covering important topics that are impacting the state like N.H.’s opioid crisis and what state leaders are doing about it from a corrections and mental health standpoint; the cost of legislative initiatives to protect public water sources; plans to redevelop interstate 93 through Concord and Bow; and ongoing efforts to address workforce development, particularly as it impacts Concord’s small business and manufacturing community.
“Important decisions are being made, and we’re fortunate in New Hampshire to have access to this level of leadership who will meet and discuss the issues firsthand,” said Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce President Tim Sink. “The event includes a Q&A for attendees to ask questions.”
Invited panelists include Department of Business and Economic Affairs Commissioner Taylor Caswell, Department of Corrections Commissioner Helen Hanks, Department of Employment Security Commissioner George Copadis, Department of Environmental Services Commissioner Robert Scott, Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Jeffrey Meyers and Department of Transportation Commissioner Victoria Sheehan.
The luncheon is generously sponsored by Unitil and costs $25 for Chamber members and $35 for non-members to attend (includes a full lunch). Online registration at www.ConcordNHChamber.com or call (603) 224-2508.
The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce develops economic opportunities, strengthens the business climate and enhances quality of life in the Capital area.