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Letters

  • Tech support specialist works to deliver superior service

    To the editor:

    For the last 19 years, we have had several issues with our phone service, broadband service and DSL service.

    Whether it was because of the weather or the old wiring in our 20-year-old house or just because of natural environments, ATMC was never really able to zero in on the problems.

  • Support Sunset Beach summer concert series

    To the editor:

    Sunset Beach summer concerts on Wednesday nights are definitely the place to be.

  • Help support our student musicians

    To the editor:

    Brunswick Concert Band is a group of amateur and professional musicians who maintain a wind ensemble to perform around the county in the tradition of community brass bands of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Our common bond is our love to perform challenging music for the public’s enjoyment. We also encompass the Brunswick Big Band, a smaller group of musicians dedicated to the Big Band sound of the Dorsey/Miller/Goodman era of the 1930s and ‘40s.

  • Consider drug testing our elected officials

    To the editor:

    Regarding Congressman David Rouzer’s guest column in last week’s edition, I fail to see how Rouzer’s “common sense” bill would prepare welfare recipients for employment or give them a better opportunity to succeed or would help break the cycle of dependency.

  • Reefer madness, or The Grim Reefer?

    To the editor:

    None of us would like to tumble from an otherwise stellar career in the ignoble way Huey Marshall has. His sudden obligatory retirement has stunned many. While the populace is voicing mixed sentiments, I want to thank him for taking care of our convoluted and prickly county business during the last two decades.

  • Planetarium draws visitors to Sunset Beach

    To the editor:

    At a June 16 Sunset Beach Town Council workshop, Councilman Lou De Vita questioned the effectiveness of the Sunset Beach Business and Merchants Association’s (SBBMA) campaign to attract tourists. He chose to cite the SBBMA’s posting of the programs at Ingram Planetarium on its website as an example of ineffective spending.

    I leave it to the SBBMA to justify its overall program, but De Vita’s statements imply the programs offered at Ingram Planetarium have no effect on attracting visitors to Sunset Beach. I disagree.

  • A call to be renewed

    Christian believers see challenges coming toward us from every side to overwhelm and defeat the cause of the kingdom of God.

  • Facts about Sunset Beach Town Park’s tree removal plans

    To the editor:

    Regarding Charlie Nern’s letter in last week’s edition, he is wrong in his information on the tree removal in the Sunset Beach Town Park. According to a town survey, the overwhelming majority of homeowners said their main wish for the new park should be to retain the trees. I requested all town records regarding the removal of the trees in the park. The records show this was not done.

  • Historic event unifies Americans

    To the editor:

    Pastor Brad Ferguson and I journeyed to Columbia, S.C., July 10 to witness a historic event: the lowering and removal of the Confederate flag from the statehouse grounds. It should never have been allowed to fly one the statehouse dome or on the statehouse grounds.

  • Display our American flag, colors properly

    To the editor:

    I always enjoy this time of the year when Americans seem more excited to fly our American flag and display/decorate with American bunting.

    As I wander through many of our communities, I notice many displaying the American bunting. Most Americans are fully aware of the American flag and its proper display etiquette and color arrangements. We would not display a flag that had the red and white striping in improper order/sequence.