Governor Perdue Appoints Narender Reddy to GRTA
Governor Sonny Perdue, through an executive order, has appointed Narender G. Reddy to the Board of the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA). Accompanied by his daughters Aishwarya and Karishma, Narender took the oath administered by Governor Perdue at a swearing-in ceremony held at the Capitol. In his acceptance speech, Narender thanked the Governor for the appointment and acknowledged it as an honor for him and for the Indian-American community. Narender assured him that he would use his knowledge and expertise in carrying out the Governor's agenda to eliminate traffic congestion and provide clean air to improve the quality of life for every Georgian.
Later, in a message to the community, Narender thanked all his supporters and assured them that he would work hard to help the Indian-American community of Georgia. GRTA is the state authority that works to provide transportation options, improved air quality and better land use in order to enhance the quality of life and promote sustainable growth for all Georgians. The authority is responsible for the planning and implementation of a transportation system that is multi-modal, seamless and accessible to all citizens. It shapes land use policies that promote the efficient use of infrastructure investments in the state.
Narender Reddy, a commercial realtor by profession, is a known community leader and political activist, and is currently serving as the president of the Indian-American Forum for Political Education (IAFPE), Georgia Chapter.
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