Articles in Letters to the Editor
I woke up Christmas morning exhausted, but with joy in my heart knowing that 800 children, for whom gifts under the tree were not a certainty, were waking up to a very merry Christmas. This is due to the hearts and pockets of the good people of Oconee County.
In a recent letter to The Journal by Paul Corbeil concerning county attorneys, he said we get what we pay for. I believe the county got what we were forced to pay for by the then-county council. We got nothing in return, because the county attorney only represented himself and the council.
As a new year begins, most people have set New Year’s resolutions, many of which are quickly forgotten.
On Jan. 1, The Journal touted: “For now, there is plenty of reason for optimism in the county. Michelin is expected to make a final decision soon on whether to open a $175 million distribution center near Fair Play.”