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“If the Savannah City Council really listened to the taxpayers, they would get rid of the fire fee and use tax money responsibly. Cutting the fire fee in half is just a ploy to increase it next year.”
“Very disappointed to see no mention of it being D-Day in the Savannah Morning News, not even in this day in history.”
“After watching the city council meeting, I realize that it's time to get rid of Shabazz, Thomas and Johnson. They are not team players. We need to elect someone who can work with other people as part of a team.”
“Don't understand, the city of Savannah found $10 million excess in the budget. Why didn't it go toward fire protection to give the citizens a break? … Come on, government, help the people; we need help.”
“I was on Eisenhower Drive the other day through rush-hour traffic. Three fire engines with lights flashing, sirens going and horns blaring tried to approach the Eisenhower and Waters intersection, and the traffic didn't move for them. Please do print the proper procedures for traffic with emergency vehicles.”