Opinion

November 30, 2012

Letter: We have the best

First, let me thank everyone that voted in the election, and a special thanks to everyone who voted for me. I am so blessed to even seek an office. Even though I did not win, I thank God for the chance to try.

We are blessed in the Dalton-Whitfield area so richly, we are a Christian-based area, and we are blessed to know how to work together. We have the best Superior Court judges, we have the best Magistrate judges, the best Probate judge, we have the best sheriff and sheriff’s office, we have the best police chief and police department, and even though I did not get elected to the school board, we still have the best city and county school boards in northwest Georgia.

We are a blessed people because we do have the best mayor and City Council, the best chairman of the county commission and commissioners, the best college by far, we just need to thank God, we are really blessed people.

I was born and raised right here in Dalton-Whitfield County, and I am very proud of my hometown. Can things be improved, of course, but we really have nothing to complain about. Yes, jobs are down right now, but I do believe we have a bright future.

Oh yes, let me tell you this, we have great individuals representing us down in Atlanta, and a state senator that I believe will one day give Dalton-Whitfield our first governor. So when it comes down to it, we have the best that are doing the best, so let’s continue to get behind them and support them, and most of all, let’s pray for them, for none of their jobs are easy.

 

Nicky Starling

Dalton

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