The mission of the Public Policy Division of the Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce is to provide education and awareness to, and advocate for, our members on a local, regional, state, and federal level, thus creating a favorable and prosperous business climate for the business community. The Chamber's Issues Committee identifies, prioritizes, and recommends policy to our Board of Directors for those issues that affect our local economy, business environment, and quality of life in Greenville-Pitt County. The Issues Committee is a dynamic group of Chamber leaders who meet regularly to guide the Chamber in its legislative endeavors. The committee seeks to understand issues, inform our members and act when necessary.
The Mayor and City Council are responsible for establishing general policies for the operation of the City. The Council enacts ordinances, resolutions, and orders; adopts the annual budget; approves the financing of all City operations; and authorizes contracts on behalf of the City.
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The Pitt County Board of Commissioners is the governing body for Pitt County Government. The Board of Commissioners establishes local ordinances, policies, and procedures, determines the immediate and long-term goals and objectives for the County, and hires a full-time manager to oversee the daily operations of the government.
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