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Your Views: County's Clean Hall bill takes away our freedom
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This is for all the commissioners and the people that wanted the Clean Hall County bill. I thank you for ruining my life and more than 50 percent of the people that live in Hall County.

Our fathers and sons fought and died so we could have freedom. Now the freedom to our property is gone.

With this law, I would be better off living in Russia. Here I live in fear because my place is not the way Hall County wants it.

I can't go out and work on an old car because it's against the law. Hall County is too strict. I'm afraid to live here now, that any day they will come and fine me for anything they want to.

So thank you for ruining our lives. Its a real shame to have to live in fear.

Mike Myers
Gainesville

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