SOUND OFF / Oct. 2, 2011
Published 1:02 am Sunday, October 2, 2011
Sound Off highlights anonymous, brief takes on the news offered via telephone by Daily News readers.
Now, the voters need to pull Hood Richardson’s county-commissioner license. The hospital fiasco is enough justification for that.
We need for our waterfront to be a safe and inviting area for all ages to enjoy. Stewart Parkway parking lots have been dominated by congregating teenagers. The loud cars and vulgar language, along with speeding, are a problem. I don’t feel safe taking my children to get ice cream. This can’t be good for economic development. Please, city, address this issue. It has been going on for way too long.
There should be a law about dogs on the waterfront, and the cats.
It’s amazing how easy Pungo District Hospital got signed on with UHS.
There was no sense in closing down the Washington Park bridge for a race. There is a 6-foot-wide sidewalk.
I thought FEMA was here to help people. Why is it taking it so long to help people who need it? It seems like the people who don’t need the help are the ones getting it. I don’t understand.
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