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“I sure hope nobody rides through town and throws cigarettes out on all these dry piles of trash beside the road that’s been there a month because if they do, Vidalia will have a mess again.”

“Just putting a reminder out there for the Vidalia City Council. The residents of Loop Road still do not want to be in the Vidalia City limits. We don’t want to be forced, tricked, or a meeting held without us really knowing about it, either now or a year in the future when you think we may have forgot about it. We want no part of being in the city limits.”

“It’s so dry and all these trash piles beside the road, are they ever going to get all this trash picked up so our city looks clean again?”

“I don’t know why the city of Vidalia wants to resurface any of their streets because as soon as they resurface it, they go in there and dig it up to patch a water line or sewer line. Why don’t you save your money and let us continue to drive across corn fields and cotton patches? You’ll save money and taxes will go down and everything will be happy.”

“The new government building court house parking lot will be ready for the 2028 elections. It will take that long to figure out the drainage problems.”

“While all the streets are being paved, they need to pave West 7th St. and Rimando Circle. They have not been paved in a long time. They seem to be forgetting about these streets.”

“Why do schools have a superintendent and board members if they are going to agree to everything a principal recommends even though it is wrong?”

“Our mail problems are all the fault of Louis DeJoy, the Postmaster General of the United States, hired in 2020 without any postal service experience. His new policies have displaced postal employees and put them in physical danger, and have no regard for the needs of postal customers. He should be replaced immediately.”

“If you want a local letter that you are mailing not to spend all that time and money going to Atlanta and then back, just hand it to a postal worker in the post office and ask them not to send it to Atlanta. They are very kind and cooperative.”

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