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:
The real estate agents and brokers are still trying to get people to buy homes. They’re pleading with people. But anyone who’d buy a home in this economy, this market, is not in their right minds.
In response to the caller who said Walthourville is ever changing and improving. Yes, the mayor has made some encouraging changes. She needs to look at the fire department next. That should be her next step. It needs serious help.
Can anybody tell me where the Winn Army Community Hospital’s claims office moved to since there was no notice put out?
There’s one quick question I’d like to ask men who want their wives or girlfriends to work full-time: If she’s working all the time, who’s going to clean the house, do the laundry, take care of the home?
To the guy who wants somebody else’s job, remember if you lie about someone else it will come back tenfold. You may never get the job and get fired.
Hurrah for the mayor of Pooler, who had the heart and nerve to go forward and get the law changed about having prayer at the senior citizen center. Thanks for standing up for what’s right and our rights.
I wish the people who own the property that goes between Gen. Stewart Way and Elizabeth Street would cut their grass so everybody could be smiling.
The comment about seeing only Mexicans at local construction sites is totally uncalled for. Could it be that Hispanics are hard workers and employers know that?