Lt. Governor stops by Guthrie for 77 towns in 77 days state-wide tour
Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb visited Guthrie as part of his 77 counties in 77 days tour on Friday morning.
Lamb is visiting all 77 counties in Oklahoma in the first 77 days of 2015. Oklahoma elected Todd Lamb as Lt. Governor in 2010 and re-elected him in 2014.
Lamb was joined by State Senator AJ Griffin (R-Guthrie) at Environmental Management Inc (EMI).
“Every year I make it a priority to be accessible to the people of Oklahoma. The best way to accomplish that goal is to visit with the citizens of Oklahoma where they live and work,” Lt. Governor Lamb said in a press release.
“Having personal face-to-face interaction with Oklahomans across the state will allow them to have their ideas and suggestions heard without them having to come all the way to Oklahoma City.”
Lamb spoke with the small business on Oklahoma’s economic development and what he is doing to grow the state’s economy.
EMI was established in 1983 as a localized environmental firm serving Central United States businesses. The company, with its small core of highly trained professionals, has grown and matured into a comprehensive environmental full-service provider with a nationwide environmental services operation.