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2013 Legislative Action Agenda
The Greater North Fulton Chamber has developed public policy priority positions on major issues.
While all issues are important, public policies designed to enhance job creation and economic development are paramount. The major issues we will focus on in 2012 include the following:
- Taxes and Tax Reform
- Economic Development and Workforce Development
- Higher Education
The Board of Directors and Staff look forward to working with local leaders, the North Fulton Delegation and State Constitutional Officers to make these proposals reality.
Be a part of something big
The GNFCC works in partnership with Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Fulton County Environment and Community Development, the cities of Alpharetta and Roswell, Sandy Springs Revitalization, United States Chamber of Commerce and many other local and state organizations.
Make your opinion count
Occasionally the Chamber will broadcast a "Call to Action" to members. If you receive a call to action, this is your opportunity to voice your opinion on a critical issue facing our community. These are time- sensitive issues, so be sure to take part promptly by drafting a letter, calling an elected official or attending a meeting. Another important way you can participate in the Chamber is to answer policy and business surveys and questionnaires that the GNFCC provides to its members. Results are tabulated and reported to the appropriate level of government.
North Fulton Chamber Public Policy
For more information about the Chamber, our public policy goals and advocacy activities, please contact:
Public Policy Coordinator
lhausmann [at] gnfcc [dot] com
The North Fulton CID is a self-taxing district that spans from Mansell Road north to McGinnis Ferry Road. A voluntary tax, paid by commercial property owners within the District’s boundaries, funds the CIDs efforts to improve the area. The cities of Alpharetta, Milton and Roswell fall within the CID’s boundaries, and all three cities partner with the CID on projects, planning and initiatives.