Lunch Conversation with the Commissioner Returns June 1

Commissioner Whitfield at Susan's Diner talking with folks

Flintstone, GA – Walker County Sole Commissioner Shannon Whitfield invites you to join him for lunch, as the busy Summer season approaches.

Whitfield will hold his second Lunch Conversation with the Commissioner on June 1st from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Susan’s Diner, located at 3551 Chattanooga Valley Road in Flintstone.  The public is encouraged to drop by, purchase a meal and enjoy some friendly conversation about the state of Walker County.

Since the first Lunch Conversation, several new initiatives have launched in Walker County, including increased codes enforcement, a new smartphone app to report issues, improvements at the animal shelter and the announcement of a hotel/resort development.  Commissioner Whitfield welcomes your questions, comments and ideas on these and other matters important to Walker County residents.

Susan Hays opened Susan’s Diner in 2012, bringing some of her family’s favorite dishes to the restaurant menu.  The family owned diner serves soups, salads, hamburgers, sandwiches, and meat and veggie plates during lunch.  Commissioner Whitfield favors the chicken n’ dumplings, which happens to be the Thursday special. Susan’s Diner also offers an extensive breakfast menu.

Whitfield holds first “Lunch Conversation”

People having lunch with Commissioner Whitfield

Rossville, GA – What are you doing for lunch this Friday? Walker County Sole Commissioner Shannon Whitfield invites you to join him for a meal, as he supports Georgia Small Business Week.

Whitfield’s first “Lunch Conversation with the Commissioner” will take place at La Familia at 516 Chickamauga Avenue in Rossville between 11:45 am and 1:45 pm on Friday, March 17th. The public is encouraged to drop by, purchase a meal and enjoy some friendly conversation about the state of Walker County.

Since taking office in January, Commissioner Whitfield has been urging residents to shop and dine within Walker County, which benefits local business owners and the county’s tax base.

Small businesses keep our community and state economies growing strong. According to the Walker County Chamber of Commerce, 63 percent of its members are businesses with less than 10 employees.