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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

November 13, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany's new Chamber of Commerce President says she's not afraid to ruffle some feathers.

Catherine Glover told Albany Rotarians that she believes if she isn't in the middle of some controversy, something is wrong.

She wants business owners to let her know about challenges they face. She says "bring it on."

"I know what it takes and a chamber that's there just to make Pleasantville look pleasant is not a chamber that's going to be representing the true needs of our business community. That's why I said bring it on," Glover says.

One concern mentioned was the lack of events held at the Civic Center. She told Rotarians she would look into the problem and see how she can help bring more events to town.

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