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Sound off for Feb. 23
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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:

I guess the command on Fort Stewart doesn’t care about the soldiers anymore, sitting out here in traffic at 5 minutes after 5, backed up all the Way to Hardees. I sure wish they’d open the gates at 5. That would ease the traffic.

Hey, Midway, remember we voted them in. And we can vote them out.

I think it’s wrong for the teachers to have children ask for money for Jump for Life when they aren’t doing anything. It’s just begging for money and teaching the children to lie.

I read in Friday’s paper about what Mr. Frasier said. That’s untruthful. The first black head of the voter thing there was Earl Baggs.

A case manager position with the city of Hinesville for $31,000 a year with an associate degree, hmm, I wonder who that position has been created for.

Do you think it’s fair to be told that to have a job you have to pay in 4 percent of your salary to an electrical union to have the job? We’re getting to the place where we’re being told what we have to do to have a job.

The poor and the needy are crying out around the world for food and minimum wages but it’s bad to fall in the hands of an angry God. And He will take care of the needy. He’s about to let you know what it is to be needy.

Are we getting to a place we have to belong to a club or union to survive? We have to take this, that and the other just to have a job.

I was just wondering, when am I going to get to use the boat ramp the county is supposed to put on Cattle Hammock? The county bought the land, but hasn’t done anything with it.

Yeah, Highway 119, the Longreach community, where are the tax dollars going to be spent? There’s nothing wrong with the road. It’s nice. Find someplace else that needs

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