The article reports on the expansion of the Chickamauga Public Library, a branch of the Cherokee Regional Library System in Georgia. It has experienced such growth in programming and book collections that an expansion was greatly needed. The city of Chickamauga, upon the recommendation of John Culpepper, city utilities manager, allocated $100,000 of local special purpose local option sales tax (SPLOST) funds for the expansion and redesign of the library. Library manager Bobbie Abernathy lobbied to bring about public awareness of the expansion need and to secure local and state funding.
Chambliss, D. (2008). Spotlight on Construction: SPLOST Funding Makes Chickamauga Expansion a Reality. Georgia Library Quarterly, 44(4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol44/iss4/10