Letter to the editor
Published 8:33 am Friday, August 31, 2007
How about fixing trash situation?
Mountains in South Alabama? Every day or so when we pass by our trash mountains we can literally see them growing taller and broader. If we don't conserve, re-use, and recycle everything we possibly can, future generations of our descendants will build their houses, fences, and highways atop these trash mountains, because there won't be anywhere else to build.
For safety and convenience we need a crossover on U.S. 31 in front of Williams Funeral Home.
Also, to help preserve our American Indian heritage, we need signs to identify Big and Little Escambia Creeks at the Skippy White bridges, as Escambia means “clear water.”