Being a Florence native, I’ve spent more time at the Lauderdale County Courthouse the past four months than any other time combined in my 32 years.

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David Rau

There was nothing legal about putting a statue to traitors to our nation on public property to start with. Statues to traitors have you go and go now.

Johnny W. Riley

keep the water on . There is two sides to every story. Not just one. If you want it moved do it the legal way, not by intimidation

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