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Earlier this week we announced that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has once again awarded our Chamber with 5-star Accreditation.

There are over 7000 Chambers of Commerce in the United States and this prestigious honor puts us among the top 1% of chambers nationwide. On behalf of our Board of Directors and staff, we are proud to continue to serve our business community offering support and a strong voice of business at only the highest standards of excellence.
Early voting ends this Saturday, March 23rd for the March 30th Municipal Primary Election.
Come Grow With CO: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce exists to help businesses thrive by advocating for the pro-growth policies that will create a strong economy and by providing the tools and resources they need to start, run, and grow.
Stephen Culotta, 22-year force veteran, sworn in as new Covington Police Chief: “I want to thank the amazing men and women of the Covington Police Department,” Culotta said. “Each and every one of them are the reason I’m standing where I am today. I go to work every day because of them.”
Healthy adult preventive healthcare guidelines: Preventive care keeps you healthy, prevents illness and detects disease in the early stages –when it’s easier to treat. Here are suggested guidelines for screenings and checkups for healthy adults.
State of the Parish Breakfast presented by Stirling Properties re-cap:
“I hear it everyday. We know traffic’s a problem," Brister said during her annual state of the parish address to the St. Tammany West Chamber of Commerce at Benedict’s in Mandeville.
St. Tammany Parish President asks LADOTD to Address Traffic Issues: Pat Brister has asked District Engineer Administrator for LADOTD, in a letter to insist that mitigative measures be implemented to ease congestion issues resulting from the Highway 190 improvements in the Covington area.
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The Secret to Managing Your Priorities: A typical day in the life of a leader can vary depending on whom you speak to, but there’s one thing all leaders have in common: hectic schedules.