Carter Infinger Presents to Richmond Hill Rotary Club

Staff Report From Savannah CEO

Monday, March 12th, 2018

Bryan County Board of Commissioners Chairman Carter Infinger spoke with members of the Rotary Club of Richmond Hill on Thursday at their weekly lunch meeting at the Richmond Hill City Center.

During this presentation, Infinger outlined the county’s current priorities and plans, including the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, what TSPLOST revenue would be directed toward – if residents vote in May to adopt this in Bryan County – and the usage of impact fees. Traffic and transportation projects, especially the Highway 144 widening and the I-95 interchange and Belfast Keller Road, were of great interest to Rotary members who attended the meeting.

“I’m grateful to the Rotary Club of Richmond Hill for giving me the opportunity to meet with them,” Infinger said. “I am very committed to Bryan County and always enjoy meeting with residents, business leaders and civic organizations. This is a great time for our county with lots of exciting plans under way. Of course, residents and businesses within the city of Richmond Hill are also within the county and benefit from our planning for the years and decades to come. Decisions made now will be vital for our future quality of life.”

Infinger was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, and obtained a business degree from Newberry College before moving to the Coastal Georgia area for a job opportunity. He’s lived in the region for 22 years. He was elected chairman of the commission in 2016 and served as the Fourth District County Commissioner for six years before that. Infinger has taken more than 100 hours of training classes through the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia and is a graduate of the Institute of Georgia Environmental Leadership.