Voters urged to say yes to SPLOST


Georgia Greater Black Chamber of Commerce (GGBCC) wants to encourage Fayette County residents and business owners to vote in the Upcoming SPLOST election on March 21, 2017.

GGBCC understands how important this election is. The growth of this blessed and beautiful county depends on the citizens’ support and “Yes” vote for SPLOST 2017.

GGBCC wants you to understand why GGBCC feels it’s imperative to keep services and expand services. Personally, someone we know and love was a fortunate candidate to be assisted by Fayetteville’s finest EMS team after experiencing a life-threatening incident.

Because of the AED equipment and quick EMS personnel, the person is able to minister to others: “How good God is, God had his angels and the resources needed to survive what doctors described a miracle and we call a blessing!”

Also, it should be noted that the quick response at the local hospital in the emergency room by a doctor who was familiar with the seriousness of the matter and the critical care that was needed in the situation really made a difference.

Technology is changing and the services at stake for SPLOST are direly needed in order for technology to remain premium. The GGBBC team is forever grateful, and we want other families to be afforded that same opportunity. The charge is in the hands of Fayette County residents. Please think of others. We know how important a “Yes” vote for SPLOST can make a difference. It blessed us and we want it to bless others.

Mathew 18:19 — “Again, I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be.”

Let’s say yes to Vote Yes! SPLOST 2017.

Melinda Sylvester
Georgia Greater Black Chamber of Commerce.
Fayetteville, Ga.