The Small Business Action Council of the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce is on a mission – to get you to stay at home and shop Rome during the holidays and all year long. One of the ways that do that is with the Chamber’s annual Business Expo, which was held last month. Chamber President Al Hodge says that the Expo and all the SBAC’s endeavors this year have been successful.
The Chattooga County Health Department at 60 Farrar Drive in Summerville will be closed next Thursday, December 15th for mandatory staff-development training, according to a release from Chattooga Public Health. Health Department Nurse Manager Cheryl Bandy states, “We wish we didn’t have to close for the day, but this training is required, and all health department employees must attend. We regret any inconvenience this may cause any of our clients.” For more information, call the Chattooga County Health Department at (706) 857-3471.
Graduation time is coming up for Shorter University and Berry College.
Blaine Williams, who currently serves as interim Floyd County Manager, is the front runner to take the job permanently. He is expected to be appointed to the job in 14 days. Interviews were conducted yesterday with four candidates for the position. Two of them have withdrawn their applications. According to state law, a waiting period of 14 days must be observed before Williams can be confirmed as county manager. Williams has been the assistant county manager since 2007. He is serving as interim manager following the resignation of Kevin Poe, who is leaving Floyd County to become the manager of Jackson County.
The Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce wants you to stay at home and shop Rome this holiday season. Chamber President Al Hodge says that doing so helps your neighbors.