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Local Leaders Meet State Legislators During Hunt County Days

Every two years, Hunt County government officials and business leaders take the time to meet with state officials to share their views on key issues.

Such an event will happen again soon, and people who wish to join the discussions are encouraged to register with the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, which presents Hunt County Days 2023.

The event is scheduled in Austin March 1-2.

In the summer of 2022, eleven subcommittees were established to develop positions on a number of issues. These positions will be presented to the legislators assembled for the 88th Legislative Session. The session officially opens on 10 January.

Hunt County Days participants are expected to meet with State Senator Angela Paxton and Rep. Brian Slaton to discuss position statements on education, health care, taxation, tourism, technology, infrastructure, utilities, transportation, and economic development.

It has been four years since the event was held in Austin. Greenville celebrated Hunt County Days in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, members still met with Slaton and State Senator Bob Hall during a meeting at the Fletcher Warren Community Center.

Those who wish to register online can do so through the chamber’s website. Reservations for blocked rooms must be made by January 30th.

For more information, contact the Greenville Chamber at 903-455-1510 or visit www.greenvillechamber.com.

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