Projects won’t sell themselves, Fuller says

December 13, 2013
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Don Fuller said today that no matter how attractive a project might sound, the project alone won’t sell itself. And that’s why Fuller recommended to his fellow Oconee Capital Project Sales Tax commissioners today it’s incumbent that those who favor a one-cent local sales tax referendum envisioned for next year’s general election take an active role in promoting its passage. The commission met briefly this afternoon and set a January 16 meeting to start to review project applications for the proposed tax. The 16th is one day after the deadline for project applications. Fuller’s colleague Glen McPheeters says the group anticipates as many as five project applications. A new application, for a road-paving project, was announced today.

 

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