Sound Off: Wednesday, December 12, 2012
I am calling to find out how many dogs a person is allowed to have in a house. I live next door to a lady who has like six or seven dogs. All they do is pee and poop and bark and carry on. I am getting sick of it. I would also like to know who to go to to find out who can get the stink out of my house from the dog pee.
The first sentence in the small piece in paper where Mike Fleck states that he is a devout Christian and he is also gay is a prime example of an oxymoron or a self-contradiction.
Shame on Mr. Shoch and Mr. Stuck for attacking the immigrants. Immigrants built this great country.
Mr. Clausi, your goal to be the "people's advocate" deserves a big thank you. However, getting older and the stress of the position as commissioner perhaps have affected your health and mental well-being. Perhaps it is time to say thanks for the opportunity to serve, I did my best, and it is time to pass on the duties of the county watchdog to the younger generation. Many in the coal region appreciate all you have done and want you in our community for years to come.
In the recent election the president won by 3 1/2 million votes. The Democrats picked up eight seats in the House and two in the Senate. This is a huge victory. They were voted for by Americans. Why does the color matter?
A wonderful meal
I want to thank everyone at the Trevorton Fire Company for the wonderful meal they provided on Saturday to everyone in the community. Thank you so much. It was a wonderful meal.
Deeper in debt
I agree with the Sound Off about no vote for the Shamokin mayor and councilmen I agree. No one gets a $9,000 raise and $16,000 for new furniture when the city debt gets larger. Councilmen Strausser had many years experience in city business to know this.
I am glad to see the people of Northumberland County are finally wising up to Commissioner Clausi.
I am reading the paper and smiling. It is so nice to see that Mount Carmel is trying to bring the Christmas spirit to town. The pictures of the kiddies mailing their letters and the kiddies enjoying breakfast with Santa made my day.
This is in response to the young lady. I am the good Samaritan at Wal-mart and I did see your message in Sound Off. You are the one to be commended. It is easy for a person like me to pull out money or a credit card. You and people like you are people on the front lines that make things happen like this and put a smile on these young children's faces. God bless you, young lady.
I would like to thank the Dunn family for making Christmas in Tharptown so sparkley and beautiful. Many thanks to the people who put the deer out so you can see it on Route 61. You make my heart smile. Thank you and Merry Christmas.