Here are some of the issues 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 callers:
With all this storm and rain, they need to make an accounting where that stormwater fee is going that everybody is paying.
This is to the soldier who commented that I shouldn’t be driving because I’m an amputee: At least I’m living and going on with my life with a positive attitude.
Why don’t they see if they can get some stimulus money to work on the Hinesville bypass project.
I was taught in school it was who, what, when, where, how or why. So when you make a nice article on a man or anyone who has a new business it would nice if you told us where so we could go there.
In reference to the non-American speaking, illegal aliens running every convenience store, I agree. If you can’t speak English go back to where ever you came from let us Americans have the jobs.
E.G. Miles Parkway, Highway 196 to the railroad tracks is the deadliest four-lanes of traffic without a center lane in Hinesville. Our new leaders need to react. This should be the highest priority. Wrecks happen almost daily.
Why not have LibertyFest on the million dollar-plus property the coun-
ty bought on Colonels Island?