A caller says she wishes those responsible would stop dumping old culverts and the like on the waterfront in the Water Street area of Curling.
“It takes away from the area,” she says. “Can’t they just truck it somewhere better suited for it ... like the dump?” she asked.
A caller from Deer Lake takes issue with some of the decisions taken or in the works by the outgoing town council.
He said he’s heard council has been looking for a machine to clean the beach and plans are in the works for a dog park.
“I could be all wrong,” he said, “but I’d prefer they spend the money on a snowblower to keep our sidewalks clear during the winter.”
A woman called with some praise after a visit to Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital in Stephenville.
“The staff and doctors were pleasant and efficient and the place was really clean,” she said.
“They even had someone to greet us and help us find where we had to go.”
Another caller phoned about surface water she says is coming down from the area of the former Regina High School in Corner Brook that is under reconstruction.
“People and pets walking down Valley Road were forced out in the road to avoid it,” she said.
“I wonder what we are dragging into our houses on our shoes?” she said.