Chairman Infinger Speaks to Richmond Hill Exchange Club

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Thursday, March 5th, 2020

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

During this presentation, Infinger outlined the county’s current priorities and plans, including transportation and infrastructure projects – especially the Highway 144 widening and the I-95 interchange at Belfast Keller Road – updates to facilities, recreation upgrades and improvements, energy-saving efforts, and general growth.

“I’m grateful to the Exchange Club of Richmond Hill for allowing me to speak with its members,” Infinger said. “As chairman of the commission, I am committed to doing all I can to improve Bryan County residents’ quality of life and better our communities. Meeting and talking with citizens, business leaders and civic organizations is a great way to let everyone know about the exciting plans under way in the region. We’ve got a lot to look forward to here in Bryan County, and we’re eager to involve and hear from the population.”

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.