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"I didn’t realize that by moving into Walthourville that I’d be moving into a third world country. Haven’t had water for two days."
"When is Liberty County High School going to have its winter semester open house? Mid-terms are coming up."
"We here in Liberty County need to stop complaining about student behavior and do what we need to do. We need to bring the STAR program back. We didn’t have these problems when we had STAR."
"Could someone tell me why the two fire stations assigned to the county, Gum Branch and Lake George, get more than their fair share from the other volunteer departments, but get no support as needed from the county?"
"Yes, for all these anti-Trump people in Liberty County. We’ve seen the first real pay raise as retired veterans. That hasn’t happened since we had Bush."
"Recently, a group from the Jesup prison went to see Buddy Carter with their concerns. He met with them and did the standard smile. Then, in Hinesville a group from the prison attended the forum and confronted him again with their concerns since this is a federal prison. Again he gave the standard smile and nod. You would think he would have made it a priority to go and visit the prison while he was in town, but no his town forums are more important."
"Behavior and student achievement have a direct correlation. The students’ behavior at Liberty County High School is having a negative effect on the students’ achievement. Test scores are extremely bad. The graduation rate is falling. The overall students’ academic success is marginal. What can be done to correct this problem in our local high school?"