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Sound Off April 17

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“I am so sick of hearing and reading about Chick-fil-A opening on Sunday. This family is a Christian family and no Chick-fil-A has ever been open on Sunday. There are many other restaurants open on Sundays.”

“Thank you, former county Commissioner John McIver and city Councilman Chris Stacy for looking out for the people of Riceboro. There are many residents there who have died of cancer recently and no one else is caring for the people.”

“I glad we got a new chief, Kirkendall. I don’t know what he’s done, but I’m going to give him a chance.”

“Why won’t the sheriff’s department do anything about the four-wheelers screaming up and down the roads in Woodland Lakes and Lake George? And the BOA in Lake George won’t do anything either.”

“My God, American people, we are patriots by nature. How in the world could we have allowed so many Russians to be connected to a campaign for president? That’s not patriotic.”

“The worst neighbor in Rye Patch lets his dog run free and poop on others’ property. He’s too cheap to buy trash bags so his trash blows onto others’ property. And he’s just an annoying jerk.”

“Thank you, Niki Seale for writing a sensible letter to the editor in the April 4. I full support your views.”

“Sadly, being white and raised in Liberty County, I never really understood the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. But today, marking the 50th anniversary of his assassination, I realize that has changed over the last year and a half. I enjoyed all the articles in the Coastal Courier. And I think his significance is ever more important than ever.”

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