SOUND OFF / Sept. 10, 2011
Published 12:08 am Saturday, September 10, 2011
Sound Off highlights anonymous, brief takes on the news offered via telephone by Daily News readers.
The first lesson in grade school is someone has to be first and someone has to be last. I am sorry if you don’t like when your limbs are being cleaned up, but those who are working 12 hours a day are doing the best that they can do.
I don’t think the county commissioners should have anything to say about who is on the hospital board anymore.
I stood in line for more than six hours to receive assistance for food during Hurricane Irene. I received $37 in food stamps after having lost everything I had in my refrigerator and freezer. I just want to know what type of disaster relief aid was that?
Rational and intelligent people need to be appointed to the hospital board.
Does Pinetown have a rescue squad anymore?
As someone who is on Washington Electric Utilities, I would like to thank its employees for their hard work. These workers had to leave their families and children to get power turned back on for people. They have done a great job.
God bless the nice woman who was in front of me at the McDonald’s drive-through. She paid for my smoothie. I will pay it forward. What a nice, random act of kindness.
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