SOUND OFF / Sept. 30, 2011
Published 12:25 am Friday, September 30, 2011
Sound Off highlights anonymous, brief takes on the news offered via telephone by Daily News readers.
It is time for the noise ordinance law to be enforced for the booming vehicles, especially early in the morning and late at night. Speak up, community, if you are tired of it.
For everybody who cheated on the emergency food stamps program: I hope you can sleep at night. We lost a lot of food, we didn’t go up there and we don’t have a lot of money. There are so many people, and people I know, who lied and got $1,000 worth of food stamps. Taxpayers do pay for this even though it is a federal program.
It is surprising that so many people think a sulfur plant would be a good idea for Beaufort County.
Maybe some of the FEMA money that Hyde County residents are not getting could be used to mow the sides of the roads.
Are they going to spray for mosquitoes in the Swan Point area?
PCS sure smells like jobs to me and revenue to Beaufort County. Bring it on.
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