These are some of the issues that area residents are discussing. The messages were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not vouch for their veracity, nor do we now what motivated the callers.
If I hear any more ambulance-chasing attorney commercials on TV, I’m going to throw up. One call and that’s all, OK?
I see on the news where Minnesota got hit really hard with tornadoes. It picked up a lot of houses and just threw them. People say if you live in a mobile home, a tornado will just throw it. It looks to me if you live in any home it will just throw it.
We need someone with prior law enforcement experience as our new sheriff. Come on, Hinesville, let’s get it right.
God made all people and languages. We are all born, we live, we die. This is where we separate; Heaven or Hell. The end justifies your love, not your race.
I agree with the caller about Hinesville wanting more money on fuel. I go to Brunswick once a week for religious service and down there, by St. Marys, fuel is $2.45 a gallon. And $2.45 sure beats $2.57.
Once again, Chief Moran will run the department and not get paid for it.