Fulton County residents won't find their state legislators at the Fulton Community Center Saturday for a legislative breakfast.
Fulton County Chamber of Commerce Director Amy Roe said none of them can make it. Instead, the chamber will use the time to offer a state of Fulton County session with local officials.
The chamber's final legislative breakfast of the year is slated for 7:30 a.m. March 25 at the Kewanna-Union Township Public Library.
State Rep. Bill Friend, R-Macy, said he won't be available Saturday because this legislative breakfast conflicted with one in Cass County. He said he's not been to Logansport yet this year but represents five or six Cass County townships and the city of Logansport. He represents one Fulton County township. The Cass County breakfast is at 8 a.m. at Westside Diner in Logansport, Friend noted.
State Sen. Randy Head, R-Logansport, also is going to Logansport and noted it's the first third house in Logansport this year.
According to Emily Gaylord, press secretary for State Rep. Doug Gutwein, R-Francesville, Gutwein won't be able to go because he's out of the district this weekend.
State Rep. Jack Jordan, R-Bremen, "has last minute obligations out of state," said Devan Strebing, his press secretary.
All four of the legislators attended the Chamber's Jan. 28 legislative breakfast in Rochester and are expected to attend the final legislative breakfast at Kewanna library.
Fulton County Council members Gary Sriver, Randy Sutton and Lorie Hurst have been tapped to speak about their plans for the year and provide an update on projects already underway. They will be joined by all three county commissioners - Bryan Lewis, Rick Ranstead and Steve Metzger.