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The Albany chamber of commerce wants you to take an online survey that could help move Georgia forward.

The Georgia Competitiveness effort is soliciting input from the business community about issues we face in the state.

The survey will assess Georgia's competitiveness from its business climate to quality of life.

It will help form a strategic plan.

Local leaders say in order for our region and our state to move forward. We need to communicate to our leaders the things that are good and areas where we need improvement.

"The Governor wants to listen he is trying to set some inititives in place and respond to the people and this is our chance to give input to that,"

If you'd like to take the survey click here

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