Georgia Agribusiness announced that Bryan Tolar has officially resigned from his seat as President effective August 31, 2018. The Council is thankful for Tolar’s service and dedication to the Agribusiness council. They wish Tolar much success in his future and know he will be blessed in all things. Executive Committee is currently accepting interested candidates to fill Tolar’s position. Please …
Looking back at the 2018 Georgia Legislative Session, there were many positive points that came out of it for agriculture. Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar, says one of those included the changes made to the Georgia Ag Tax Exemption (GATE) program. Changes to GATE Good for Georgia Agriculture
The 2018 Georgia Legislative Session has wrapped up, and Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar says it was a great session for Georgia agriculture. Good Legislative Session for Georgia Agriculture
Only eleven days remain in the 2018 Georgia Legislative Session, and according to Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar, a critical juncture was reached this week. Eleven Days Remain in Georgia Legislative Session
So far during the 2018 session, the Georgia General Assembly has discussed a lot of new legislation. Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar looks at one Senate bill that is of interest to agriculture. Georgia Legislature Discussing Senate Bill 257 And Tolar also wants to remind everyone the Georgia Agribusiness Council will hold their Annual Meeting & Legislative Breakfast in …
The Georgia General Assembly just started the 2018 session last week, but already discussions concerning the new budget have taken place. Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar, looks at that and other issues they will be tracking this year. Georgia General Assembly Discussing Budget Issues
A group of Georgia agribusiness leaders recently were able to make a trip to Washington, D.C. to talk with lawmakers about various issues. Georgia Agribusiness Council’s Bryan Tolar was pleased with what the council was able to accomplish on this trip.
The Georgia General Assembly has kicked off their 2017 session in Atlanta, and according to Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar, they will once again be involved in this session.