Lynchburg, VA - Leaders in Lynchburg met for a breakfast Wednesday morning to talk about improving transportation in the region and take a little time to recognize some hardworking people.
The annual Lynchburg Regional Chamber event included a discussion about Blueprint Virginia, an effort to bring together Virginia's regional leaders to accomplish more for the state.
The priorities in our area, improving roads, air travel and rail travel.
"We want to recognize those priorities in blueprint Virginia and present that to the newly elected governor in November an utilize the features of this region to help develop a statewide strategy," said Barry DuVal, with the Virginia Chamber President.
The Chamber also presented its 2013 Dink Cloyd Award to Lynchburg firefighter Anthony Andrews. The Chamber has also passed the one million dollar mark in funding its new building.