Thrown water bottle could have brought tragedy
Some people ... don't care about the laws anymore.


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Thrown water bottle could have brought tragedy



Some people ... don't care about the laws anymore. The road rage is getting so out of control. This guy could had gotten the guy on the motorcycle killed! What this world coming to?



Sharon Hinrichs





One coach's view



I have coached in Crestview for the last seven or eight years, and all I can do is shake my head ... every time I go to a town with better facilities and commitment to their youth.



It's a tragedy because, in the end, it seems like our tax dollars are sending our best athletes to the likes of Niceville!



Just one coach's observations



Jessie L. Mathews





Bed taxes could help fund youth sports activities



Whatever happened to the proposal of bed taxes in Crestview? It could be used for these types of events.



Thomas Simms





Tag registration cost reduction raises a question



Will we be able to get a prorated rebate on what we already paid for a two-year registration?



Terri Smith





Mixed-use downtown development a concern



The streets downtown are not big enough to handle more cars. If anything, we need more businesses that will draw more people to Main Street.



Sharon Clinkingbeard





Could the McMahon Center water tower be saved?



Has anyone contacted Forestry to see if they would like the water tower? Why demolish it when it can be taken down and used again?



Susan Chavanick Holley



 



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