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Your Views: Crackdown on drunken drivers should be welcome in county
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After pondering the letter by Richard Terrell, I decided I am so glad he feels this way and hope a lot of others feel the same. I hope everyone who likes to get drunk, get in a car and speed through the streets stay well away from Hall County.

I feel a lot safer on the road knowing the county is watching out for drunk drivers. Hall County is a friendly place, and we welcome visitors. Just don't come here if you plan to be a danger to us. I hope other counties will also crack down on drunk divers.

Beverly Brumbalow