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 the callers:
It would be nice if state employees being furloughed be told to take them on days scheduled for training, or whatever, so the people they serve don’t feel the impact as big.
We need a care concern for these commodities to make it to Midway. They are distributed in Hinesville and Riceboro. Some people have trouble getting to these places.
I want that convicted child molester moved out of our neighborhood now.
I almost got scratched by a cashier’s excessively long fingernails the other day. If I do get scratched, I’m going to have her charged with assault with a deadly weapon and then I’ll sue the store.
When the next election comes around, the person that says he will not take our money and spend it in another place for meetings and all will get my vote, even if it is a purple dog.
This is to the very happily married lady. I don’t know what town you live in, but my husband threatens about every other week he’s going to leave and divorce me, but he’s still here after seven years. I’ve divorced before and told him I was going to only once. So it’s the men who need to wake up.
Caller, they did not go to Jekyll Island. They went to St. Simons, which is a little pricier.
The LCDA has realized their multi-million dollar entrance to Tradeport East has failed its objective. Now they’re praying their new $5,000 logo will succeed.