Here are some of the issues that area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously so the Courier does not know if they are true, nor what motivated the callers:
You cannot put a price on peace of mind. I live a simple life. I may not be rich, but I’m comfortable. Those trying to get everything to impress others don’t impress me.
What’s wrong with this: A young, single woman at Wal-Mart with lots of gold jewelry and a cell phone in her Gucci purse, pulls out a welfare card to pay her grocery bill. Then she jumps in her Cadillac Escalade with fancy rims and drives home to her Section 8 housing. Our tax dollars at work.
I wonder if there are any ACORN sources. If there are, they better watch out.
My daughter has told me numerous times the gangs and troublemakers have taken over Bradwell. And the teachers are powerless to do anything about it all because they are afraid of losing AYP money. We need a new administration
to clean up that school.
I received a letter about our city councilman having a town hall meeting. It’s the first time in 22 years I’ve ever heard about him having a meeting. You need to keep your people informed.
Stores around here used to have a lot of volunteer work done by their employees. What happened, do they not allow it any more?
All these years I thought I lived in Hinesville, but last Thursday I realized it is Camelot. I had four knights in shining armor come to my assistance at Enmark on Oglethorpe Highway when I had trouble with the running board on my truck.
I don’t know who was trying to put down the Midway Allstars, but I enjoyed them, especially at the Dorchester fish fry and car show. Guys, keep on doing what makes you feel young.
Shame on you, Coastal Courier, for attacking Jimmy Smith and the Midway Allstars.