Yesterday, the Georgia Senate Study Committee on Spaceport Camden held its final meeting in Atlanta and finalized their recommendations. The Study Committee urges the Georgia General Assembly to propose and pass legislation that sends a clear signal to the commercial space community that Georgia is open for business.
The Camden County Board of Commissioners welcomes the Committee’s recommendation to pass legislation in Georgia that will help attract the commercial space industry to the state. Administrator Steve Howard said: “To paraphrase Neil Armstrong, this report is one small step for Spaceport Camden, but one giant leap for Georgia. There is still plenty of work to do before rockets launch from Camden County, but we look forward to working with the General Assembly to make Georgia the best place in the country for aerospace entrepreneurs to do business.”
Please see below for the full press release from the Camden County Board of Commissioners.