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Sound off for Nov. 11
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Here are some of the issues that 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 called the county police because I was having trouble with someone harassing me. It took them four hours to send someone to my home. This person was harassing me, coming to my home, threatening my life, and it took the county police four hours to respond.

I’d love to know when the police are going to arrest all these people who are selling prescription drugs in Gum Branch. There are quite a few people selling them.

Why is it so hard for single ladies to find a single man instead of messing with someone else’s husband? So if you’re doing that, you may want to stop.

I’d like to know when the bug sprays are going to start back now that the rain is over with. And I only hope that we have enough left in the budget after the China trip that they don’t have to swear that that’s why we haven’t been getting it.

For your special guest who writes every Wednesday, does he check his facts? Or is it just OK to cut and paste other articles and call him a guest columnist? Please get your facts straight, sir.

My child is a seventh-grader who plays for the LCRD. She is the best one out there and she deserves to be out there. She is in the age group. I paid my fees like everyone else. Get over it. Make your kid play better.

The Midway police officers need to refresh their knowledge on code. They can’t hide behind buildings and trees to catch

It surprises me that people who go to church claim they’re wonderful Christians, and yet they feel it’s alright to lie. Isn’t lying a form of not being a Christian?

Snelson-Golden crossing guards do not have you late for work every day. They’re doing their job. And if you would leave your house a little bit earlier, you’d get there before them.

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