Niagara Falls Chamber of Commerce President Resigns
Change is in the air at the Niagara Falls Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber president Carolyn Bones has announced she is resigning from the seven hundred member organization in February.
Bones tells 610 CKTB news that the decision to leave was a personal choice to move on to other projects.
She says the decision is in no way connected to the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce's recent decision to open an office in Niagara Falls and believes there is still a need for community based chamber's.
Bones will stay in office until February sixteenth before starting her new position at the Niagara Association of Realtors.
She says an interim president will be chosen by the executive committee before a job posting is put out to find a permanent replacement.