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Sound off for Oct. 21

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would like to say there are still good people in the world. Thank you, Hinesville Plumbing. You came through when I needed you the most. Big shout out to Hinesville Plumbing.

Customer satisfaction should be very important to the paper. If you’re going to cut our subscriptions by a third, then I think you need to extend our subscriptions by a third.

China has not done one thing for Hinesville, nor has the council brought back anything from China that benefited Hinesville, other than they had a nice trip and they treated them good. China knows more about Hinesville than our city council does, I guarantee you.

You’re making wonderful changes to the newspaper, but would you please bring back the TV Guide section?

Parents, do you know where and what your teenagers are doing on the weekend? Some juvenile delinquents are destroying our Rye Patch mailboxes and trash cans. This is how it begins with total disregard for others’ property, and disrespect for our lawmen, who are wasting their time.

I’m concerned about the railroad crossing on Pate Rogers Road. I can’t believe the county officials, commissioner, maintenance man or whoever, lets this crossing grow up the way it does. Even though it has arms that come down, the overgrown brush on the sides of the railroad is just overtaking the crossing. It just wouldn’t take much for the county to go there and clean this up where it would be safe for the people that go over this crossing.

In the birth announcements in the Coastal Courier on Sundays, I was just wondering if it was me, or does anybody else have problems pronouncing the names that these people give their children? And I was also wondering why 99 percent of them doesn’t have the father’s name listed? Most of the time, they don’t have a father listed or welcome by their aunts or their uncles. Their parents aren’t the same name.

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