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Sound Off March 14

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“I do believe and hope that when the AdvancED team comes to Liberty County that they really do a review of our board of education. It is time for this board to be replaced. It is dysfunctional and has no purpose.”

“People with dogs need to learn in the county we have a leash law. That doesn’t mean carry it in your hand, put it on your dog.”

“Thanks again to the editor of the Coastal Courier. It is once again my favorite and only newspaper. This comes from a senior citizen.”

“I’m a taxpaying citizen of Ludowici and I’d like to commend Mayor Fuller. He just announced he’s going to reduce taxes. He’s already reduced them twice while the county and other counties in the area are raising taxes.”

“The wall across Mexico, use Hadrian’s Wall or China’s wall as a model. In the future it could become a great tourist attraction, bringing money from both sides. As planned now it would be a use-less eyesore.”

“Long County needs a grocery store.

“Pat Underwood, you should run for Liberty County Board of Education. You should run for chair. She needs to be released of her duties.”

“For when the Second Amendment was written on the right of U.S. citizens to bear arms. There were only muskets and ball rifles and pistols. Today we have automatic and semi automatic weapons and tanks and mortars and RPGs. I feel the U.S. government needs to rewrite the Second Amendment rights on what kinds of weapons our citizens can bear. For if they don’t I can have a RPG or automatic that could take out large number of people.”

“Dr. Perry, I’ve noticed that while there is a district calendar stating which days the kids should wear orange to unite against bullying, not all schools participate. I wonder why would you place something on a district calendar then say it’s up to the discretion of the principal. If we going to unite against bullying lets show that we are united.”

“Instead of the city council trying to hire a director of public safety maybe they could save that money and reduce the millage rate!”

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