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December 16, 2005

Albany- The Albany Chamber of Commerce is hoping to ring in the new year with new businesses. Fourteen guests representing a variety of business from retail to their own specific projects talked with business leaders last week at the Fall Feather Hunt.

Albany Chamber of Commerce President Tim Martin says he's encouraged by the ongoing discussions.

"There are several that we are still in conversations with. We're always hopeful that something will come from it. Talk is not what we want, we want action," said Tim Martin, President Albany Chamber of Commerce.

Martin expects a similar outcome to last year's Featherhunt. The event generated five new projects in Georgia.

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