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Sound off for Oct. 12
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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:

Could it be that the reason there’s only one African American employed at the Richmond Hill clinic is that they’re all employed at Fort Stewart at the Winn Army Community Hospital?

I can’t believe we’re getting beaten by Savannah High. If Coach Walsh has any respect or any pride at all in Bradwell athletics, he would resign on his own and not wait to get fired.

More than $80,000 for new furniture for the mayor and city manager’s offices, and city employees haven’t received pay increases in three years, and merit increases are still frozen. The council and mayor will accept their 60 percent pay increase in 2012 and still city employees have to do without. Voters need to wake up and see what is going on and speak their minds at the polls.

Those candidates or city officials you see riding around are not campaigning for the mayor of Walthourville. They’re campaigning for the mayor’s opponent. The mayor has four or five of us. We’re all retired and we use our own vehicles.

I am proud of the LCSO and I am proud of how many lives they’ve saved. Keep a good job going. Amen.

It’s really hard for Liberty County High School’s football team to win a home game when each home game they have to fight two opponents: one, the opposing team, and the second, the referees. That Friday night it was obvious the referees were throwing calls against Liberty County.

To Friday’s caller, the same energy that it took you to call and complain about the preacher, take the same energy and pray for that preacher, otherwise you’re just a hypocrite that is no better than the preacher that you’re calling to complain about.

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