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 agree with that caller about wanting to know where the things were found in the person’s drink or food. We all need to know it so that this place, wherever it is, none of us will go to it because we don’t want to get stuff in our food or drink either. Speak up and let us know what restaurant so we’ll all beware of that.
What the devil meant for harm, God will turn it around for good. And the good is that you can repent and reverse the actions that the devil has made so that your home will be in heaven.
This is in reference to Mr. Virgil Jones’ request to not allow businesses to have their licenses if they have past-due or delinquent taxes. Well, Mr. Jones, if the businesses cannot open and make revenue, how do you expect them to pay their taxes?
Other countries seem to fight against distant countries, but our country seems to fight over nationalities and color. God made us all and we will have to stand before him for these things.
For the third year in a row, no merit increases, no cost of living raises and now no bonuses for the employees of the city, but the mayor and the council want to take their raises. You know that can be declined.