Thursday, January 27, 2005

Letters to the Editor

Campaign against litter:
Dear Editor,

We are Concerned Citizens of Cayce beginning a Campaign against Litter.

We would like for everyone to get involved - all schools, churches, and businesses in Marshall County. They can be a great help; our goal is for everyone to clean up and stop litter, and Marshall County will be litter free by the year 2006. We can do it if we work together.

We will be contacting as many churches, schools, and businesses as we can about this matter. Or you may contact me at 662-851-7687. I am writing to hear from you. We are going to need your support. This is all voluntary.

Marshall County is where we live, so get involved, be concerned lets paint up, fix up, clean up and please stop littering.

The time is now for a change. There is an appointed time for everything, and there is a time for every event under heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1

Lincoln and Ora Mae Chalmers
Byhalia

Dog issue is important
Dear Editor,

This is the first time I have written, but the dog issue is important to me.

We have lived in Sweetwater Farms since 1986. Ninety percent of the problems are caused by loose dogs.

Some people do not seem to care what their dogs do.

My wife has been fighting cancer for 2 1/2 + years. The first time she was able to walk around the block, she was challenged by a dangerous dog.

I love animals and have never hurt one, but I wanted to kill that dog. He was not a pet but a dangerous animal.

The bad dogs have killed a number of pets here.

A leash law in subdivisions is long overdue.

Best regards
Billy Stringfellow


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