The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce plans to hold the 2015 State of the County address on March 12 at the D'Ignazio's Towne House in Media, Pa.
The address is scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and will feature the five members of the Delaware County Council, which include Chairman Mario Civera Jr., Colleen Morrone, John McBlain, David White and Michael Culp.
The members plan to detail the key services the county government provides to residents that help increase the quality of life in Delaware County. Members will also speak on the economic growth the county has seen over the last year.
County services include those that help veterans, public safety, vulnerable populations, senior citizens, land use planning and workforce development. The council plans to touch on all of those services, as well as to discuss how the county government impacts the lives of families, individuals and businesses in the county.
Chamber members can attend the luncheon for $45, and the cost for non-members is $65. For information on attending the luncheon, call the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce at 610-565-3677 or visit www.delcochamber.org.
The chamber was founded in 1913. Since then, it has helped more than 1,100 member businesses provide access to business owners, along with resources, contacts and development tools, in order to grow companies throughout the Delaware County region.
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