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“If the Chamber of Commerce is so concerned about bringing people to Vidalia, they should look into a few issues before setting up billboards on the interstate: no golf course, no YMCA (Wellness Center), no theater, one clothing store, no major food store, few sit-down restaurant choices, no competition for Walmart, questionable medical facility transition. Vidalia is a nice small town, but it does not offer what is expected of bigger places. You may be biting off more than you can chew.”

“ It’s awful strange to me that the gas prices only started going back up after the democrats got back in control. This is in response to someone blaming it on the republicans. Also, I hope the democrats are enjoying these nice high prices because they are the ones who have caused it.”

“About the roads in Pinecrest Cemetery, when it tears up someone’s car, what’s the city going to do about it? They need to have a fundraiser to donate cement or something.”

“The Vidalia Police Department needs to be mindful of how they direct traffic at JD Dickerson. When they stand in front of their cars with lights flashing, drivers cannot see the directions they are giving. Can the officers please move their cars to the side so drivers can clearly see the hand directions they are giving?”

“The people who come to Toombs and Montgomery counties for the Onion Festival will have a good sight seeing all the trash on our roads and how messy everything is around.”

“Lyons will soon have a courthouse that is worth millions of dollars, but the parking lot behind Enmark just down from the courthouse is filthy. All those cars need to stop parking there and throwing out their trash.”

“ Hugh Kight learned a lesson the hard way. You don’t say no to Jim Paul Poole. He’s too powerful, high and mighty. You did a great job, Mr. Kight. Thank you.”

“Debra Gay should also resign from the Montgomery County Board of Education. She does not do what’s best for the children. She does what Jim Paul tells her to do.”

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