BRYAN COUNTY, GA – Nov. 22, 2019 – Bryan County Commission Chairman Carter Infinger spoke to the Rotary Club of Richmond Hill on Thursday during the club’s regular weekly meeting at the Richmond Hill City Center in J.F. Gregory Park.
Infinger talked about the ongoing improvements and upgrades in Bryan County, including traffic and roadway updates, infrastructure expansion, facilities renovations and additions, managing growth and planning for the county’s future needs. He also touched on the new I-95 interchange at Belfast Keller, the installation of roundabouts and new road shoulders, the widening of SR-144, road resurfacing in both the north and south ends, recreation updates at Hendrix and DeVaul Henderson Parks, and the anticipated completion of the county’s Unified Development Ordinance.
Infinger is currently serving his first term as the commission chairman. Before he became chairman, Infinger served for six years as the District 4 commissioner. He is a pharmaceutical consultant who earned his Bachelor’s of Business degree from Newberry College and his associate of arts from Anderson University. Infinger and his wife, Karen, have two daughters, Leah and Caroline. Infinger also serves on the Bryan County Board of Health Members and Public Health Managers.
The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill meets every Thursday for a lively “Lunch & Learn” at Richmond Hill City Center. In addition, club members hold charitable fundraisers throughout the year and enjoy occasional social event at various local establishments, For more information on the civic organization, please visit www.rotaryofrichmondhill.org.
For more information about Bryan County, please visit www.bryancountyga.org or follow the county on their social media accounts, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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