INFORMATION SESSIONS ANNOUNCED ON SOLUTIONS FOR INDY& LIBERTY BRIDGES
March 8, 2019
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By: O. J. Cunningham
Chamber of Commerce President
The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a series of free public information sessions about potential solutions for Independence and Liberty Bridges.
Invitees include representatives from the City of Bay City and private companies submitting proposals.
The times, dates and locations for these sessions are as follows:
***Thursday, March 14 5:OOpm-6: OOpm Linsday Elementary 607 Lasalle St, Bay City, MI 48706 With Special Guests Commissioners Cordal Morris and Ed Clements
***6:30pm-7: 30 pm Comfort Inn Bay City-Riverfront 501 Saginaw St, Bay City, MI 48708 With Special Guests Commissioners Brentt Brunner & Andrew Niedzinski
***Friday, March 15 9:00am-10: 00 am Diamond Ball Room 607-609 E Midland St, Bay City, MI 48706 With Special Guests Commission President Kerice Basmadjian and Commissioner Ed Clements
***1:00pm-2: 00 pm Bay County Child & Senior Care Center 1001 Marsac St, Bay City, MI 48708 With Special Guests Commissioners John Davidson & Rachelle Hilliker
These informational sessions are free and open to the public, although registration is encouraged to ensure adequate meeting space. To register, please call the Chamber at 989.893.4567 or visit baycityarea.com.
The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1882, is a private, non-profit business organization with nearly 800 members that provides programs to assist local businesses to grow and prosper. The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce joins area businesses and the community for the economic growth and well-being of the entire Bay Area.
CONTACT: 901 Saginaw Street - Bay City, MI 48708 - T: 989.893.4567 - F: 989.895.5594 - www.baycityarea.com
O. J. Cunningham
O. J. Cunningham is the Publisher of MyBayCity.com. Cunningham previously published Sports Page & Bay City Enterprise. He is the President/CEO of OJ Advertising, Inc.
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