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:
Reference the letter to the editor about the lobbying trips to Washington, taking that expense and cleaning up neighborhoods. I’m not talking about the city doing it, but hiring enough people to enforce the codes rather than taking a year to have somebody to cut their grass or whatever.
I think AAFES discriminates against us older workers. We don’t get promoted and we’re treated differently.
I don’t think anyone should be a manager where their husband would be indirectly or directly over them. This is a conflict of interest.
Why is it that when go to a store in Hinesville or on Fort Stewart the young ladies think it is OK for them to make you stand there while they talk to their friends? I think this is really rude.
When you treat one person wrong and they are in a marriage, don’t think the spouse is just going to stand for it. Their will be repercussions.
First it was Jon and Kate Plus Eight. Now its Jon and Kate no more and each one takes four.