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February 6 - This is a concerned person of Bulloch County that lives on Airy Station Road.
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    "… This is a concerned … person of Bulloch County … that lives on Airy Station Road. Just wonderin' when are they gonna scrape … the road? It's killin' my vehicle. … I'm a very concerned … payin' high taxes … for the county. … I wish they could pave my road. Thank you. Have a nice day."

    "To the person callin' … about is it the 1950s 'cause she had people laughin' at you and your black employee behind your back. Well, no, it's not 1950s. Number two, you're an idiot. A… And number three, we're laughin' at you because you had a piece of toilet paper on the bottom of your shoe. Good mornin'."

    "Good mornin'. … I was just gonna make a statement that it is sad how carelessly people take marriage vows … that they are not realizin' they don't only make vows to their partner, but to God. So, please, just … be sure that you will stay married before you get married. … Because this is sad."

    "Sorry, Holli, you're wrong. The flea market operators were given a special break to operate their business 18 months ago. They knew they had to pave in 18 months. Now, all of a sudden, they can't afford it, so we should just forget it? Tell that to those who have experienced foreclosure or lost everything in bankruptcy. Should everyone get a variance."

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