One of Newly elected Claudia Tenney’s first interactions will be with our community as the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce will host a virtual roundtable discussion with the Congresswoman but the event is being rescheduled.

Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News (file)
Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News (file)

In an earlier article WNBF’s Kathy Whyte mentioned the Republican Congresswoman would be talking with several area businesses within the 22nd district.

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Claudia Tenney (R-Utica) was scheduled to hold one of her planned virtual roundtable discussions, hosted by the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce on March 26 but the session is being moved to Tuesday, April 6 due to a conflict..

According to a news release from the Congresswoman’s office, the discussion will still take place from Noon to 1pm via Zoom (see link at end of article)

Residents on the 22nd district, which includes Broome County will have a chance to voice their concerns, and talk about the effects of the pandemic.

In the release Tenney said “I sincerely appreciate hearing directly from those who know the challenges facing small businesses best, and will be taking the issues discussed on my small business outreach tour directly to Congress”.

Tenney will be speaking to the chamber member businesses about their concerns for the upcoming year. Congresswoman Tenney also serves on the House of representatives Small Business Committee

If you’re a small business representative and would like to share information you can e mail

The Virtual Roundtable discussion is now set for Tuesday, April 6, 2021 from noon to 1pm

CLICK HERE for the meeting

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