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Monday, April 18, 2011

Group Issues Videos About Briscoe Field Privatization

This is a portion of a press release issued today by Fly Gwinnett Forward, a group committed to advancing the privatization of Briscoe Field in Lawrenceville, Ga. (For those new to the area, Briscoe Field (an airfield)  is not part of T.W. Briscoe Park, which is located in Snellville. While we we're at it, watch out for there to be many Peachtree Roads in Atlanta. But that's another subject. Back to the privatization issue now!)


Fly Gwinnett Forward has published at a video archive of community and regional leaders who support privatization and scheduled service at Gwinnett's Briscoe Field. They represent a cross section of citizens from the business and residential community and include Homeowner Association Presidents, real estate professionals, past Airport Authority Chairmen and business operators.
“Our goal is to inform people of the process and the potential outcome of scheduled service and privatization,” said Mike Royal. “With the video interviews, FGF remains true to our mission to use fact, logic and reason to reach our fellow citizens.”
The library of information and other data can be found at Video interviews can be found under the “Community Leaders Speak” link on the left of the page. The videos are also published at our Facebook page,
“Our experience and research indicates that this opportunity will have a lasting, positive impact for Gwinnett residents and beyond,” said Jimmy Norton. “We want to inform our neighbors next door and within the metro region about the importance of this issue.”
Community leaders supporting privatization and scheduled service with a video interview are Michael Tennant, Scott Briscoe, Gay Shook, Greg Cantrell, Laurie McClain, Larry Kaiser, Gary Custar, Steve Lemelin, Don Britt, Jamie Dempsey, Mark Grams, David Bianco, Brad Stancil,
Shea Zimmerman and Terry Britt.

Here's one of the videos:

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