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tnlobo420 said...

We were decimated by the tornado in mMarch, Woodland Bay & Davis Mill sub wiped out in Harrison. Several trees block main drainage arteries into the TVA owned lake. They refuse to clean out the drainage basins (chocked full of fallen trees to make the lake safe for all. What a waste of taxpayer dollars - TVA is a disgrace

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May 4, 2012 at 7:23 a.m.
tnlobo420 said...

Contraception is needed when we can't even support our own poor. Ask any vet - neutering is the way to go - too many babies......

February 10, 2012 at 8:18 a.m.
tnlobo420 said...

How can you justify giving pay increases and hiring more people by imposing your strict rule of law by taking from the people who were smart enough to purchase property. Do you not realize that many people are still unemployed, or disabled. The rest of the country is going bankrupt, yet the Mayor wants to squeeze blood from a turnip to create jobs and pay increases. The city should be acting responsibility like all others by CUTTING back on city services and expenses – not spending more – how stupid is that. Littlefield your business sense really sucks as mayor of our fine city. You do not freeze property taxes for the elderly or disabled, you are very short-sighted in your financial plans and you honestly don’t have the best interests of your citizens at heart. Shame on you Littlefield, wanting to raise property taxes – you should be impeached. You leave us with a legacy of fool-hardy decisions, high taxes and high unemployment. You just raised property appraisals during the recession and you want to screw us over again – SHAME ON YOU.

May 16, 2010 at 7:59 p.m.
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