Word of Mouth

Posted: Sunday, December 31, 2000

Word of Mouth gives readers a forum to express opinions on a variety of issues by telephone. Calls must be limited to one minute and we reserve the right to edit calls for clarity, length and libel. The number to call in 586-4636. Then press 8255 to leave your message.

Here's a wish for the New Year. If you work in an office and have people around you trying to work, do everybody a favor and keep your voice down so that you don't disturb those trying to get their jobs done.

If you found my two gold rings in the women's restroom on the second floor of the federal building, please return them to the security officer. They have great sentimental value. I'm offering a reward, no questions asked.

Helping Hands provides a wonderful service to those in need of it. I would like to see the elderly and the handicapped get in the door first. I have seen able-bodied people run to the door and pick out the best.

The way the city is jumping in to handle the legal costs for the superintendent of the sewage treatment plant smells like a cover-up. Obviously something happened over there.

I'd like to see some people be held responsible for the violations and worker mistreatment at the Mendenhall sewage treatment plant. It's a catastrophe.

To the people who abused my decorative reindeer, I hope you have a very good New Year.

I think the head tax should be increased to pay for the Capital City Classic basketball tournament. That way children wouldn't be forced to wear the Princess logo on warmup shirts.

There's no way ATV's could have knocked over the signs at Montana Creek. They're anchored into the ground 3 feet deep. Those signs were knocked over by four-wheel-drive vehicles.

It was a bunch of cars that knocked over the street signs at Montana Creek. If an ATVer hit a street sign they'd be wiped out, hurt or killed.

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