CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has held his first meeting with his newly created Millennial Advisory Council.

The Wednesday night meeting in Concord included 25 participants from around the state, born between 1980 and 2000. The Concord Monitor reports ( ) members are being asked to deliver a report to the Republican governor by Dec. 1 on how to retain young people in New Hampshire.

Participants ranged from college students to small business owners — some were born in the state, while others are recent implants. Several had applied to the role directly, while others were recommended to the governor’s office by their local chamber of commerce.

Some initial suggestions floated by the council Wednesday included looser zoning laws and a lottery fund to tackle student debt.