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Sound Off for Sept. 10

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It’s a shame that the board of education can pay people that kind of money when our food-service workers are barely making ends meet. You put five of those food-service workers together and they don’t even make $5,000 in two weeks. So something is wrong with our system when it comes to our food-service workers. They are overworked and underpaid. That’s just my opinion.

To the woman at CVS on Sunday (Aug. 24) that left her dog in the car with the window cracked: It was 84 degrees outside, and it was humid, and the temperature was rising. Yes, it was my business to tell you so, and you need to understand that it was animal cruelty. If not, I would’ve at least called the police and somebody else would’ve handled that matter.

Surprise, surprise — a holiday is around the corner, and what happens in Hinesville? All the gas prices go up. What’s wrong with this picture?

To the person who put stuff on Facebook about the Exxon station on 196: Don’t know what they’re talking about. It’s just a nosy person who wants to cause trouble. But one thing about it: They have to answer to God in the end, and I hope they get their dose. I worked for this man, and I know that he’s a complete honest man. I worked for him many years ago when the place first opened, and I sure don’t appreciate what you put on Facebook and I suggest you take it off.

I’m calling concerning about the Club Revolution night club. It seems to me that maybe somebody is just trying to get them closed up because it seems strange there’s always something happening right on that corner there. Maybe the owners that are the operators of that business should consider putting some real tough security on the grounds as well as inside, because it seems like somebody’s trying to get them closed up.

I just wonder why Hinesville doesn’t enforce the codes that we already have on the book. Because these realtors are renting out these houses, and the renters they don’t care about their lawn, they don’t care about cleaning up around here. I moved here, Hinesville was really nice and they was really particular keeping everything done. I’m sure all that these city trucks riding around see this happening. Why isn’t there put responsibilities either on the attendants or the realtors? Because this isn’t right.

The paper printed an article about no one knowing where Bryan Commons is located. It took up a third of the page and I still don’t know where it is. It wouldn’t be a surprise if the address was a secret or at least a general location.

Amen to the preacher that preached the sermon about Frank Long being so out of whack this year. You put the nail in the coffin. Yeah for you.

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