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Sound off for April 1
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Here are some of the issues that area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not vouch for their veracity, nor do we know what motivated the callers:

City council, Hinesville’s local communities — good neighborhoods at one time — are being destroyed by multiple occupancies of the houses. You have a single-family dwelling, but there’s no telling how many different families live in one now, to include a squad of soldiers moving into the house.

I was looking in the phonebook today and there are like five beauty salons that print in the phonebook that they’re closed on Monday. Evidently you beauty salons that are closed on Monday must make too much money during the week if you can close on Monday. Must be nice.

I cannot believe the Popeye’s on post closes at 8 o’clock. It is 8 o’clock on a Monday evening and they are closed. That is ridiculous. Do you guys not want to make any money? I guess not.

Why is it that most wealthy people do not like to help poor people? They don’t seem like they want them to have any type of recovery, and they get it all back through their taxes. Whatever they donate, whatever they do for them, they get it all back so why do they complain?
I was watching a show and they had a doctor who said if you have a bad marriage, don’t have children for an antidote to make your marriage better because all it’s going to do is make it worse.

The county needs to try to get a light up at Talmadge Road and Dunlevie Road and Highway 119. Something needs to be done about getting a light. Put our tax dollars to work and let’s get busy, guys.

Thank you to the girl who helped me get the white hunting dog during the fire in Long County off Elim Road.

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