Always on My Mind
As a voracious reader of Charleston City Paper and an all-too-frequent viewer of Love Always, Charleston, you can imagine how elated I was to see this soap opera receiving a mention in the Best of Charleston issue (“Best Bad Soap Opera that Is Kinda Local” by John Stoehr, March 5). Now that the show has been given a little shine, it’s up to creator Bob J. Gaye to step up to the plate. Airing on Comcast Channel 2, the show has apparently been repeating the same episode for the past four weeks.
As a loyal viewer, I’m getting tired of hanging from this cliff. What’s going to happen to Dijonay Fashions and its arrogant bitch on wheels, Dijonay? Will Jarnice go back to Kevin, or will she stay in a loveless union with Q? Will the quiet but deadly Elouise find out about her niece’s love triangle? Will Stormy Monday ever get what’s coming to her? And what about Monica’s legal and personal woes?
As a fan, I implore Mr. Gaye to throw out some new episodes to its ever-growing fan base.
Kevin Michael Young
Down the Toilet
With respect to your recent article “Sewer Showdown” (by Stratton Lawerence, March 12), you can bet your toilet bowl and all that is in it that a private treatment plant will fail. As the article said, many of the package plants offered in the ’60s as a simple cure have failed. The impetus for these plants is simple — it is called greed, greed, greed.
Landowners have a right to pursue their financial integrity with development that will significantly increase their net worth, but package plants will fail and lead to pollution problems, as ownership and financial responsibility disappears. If this method is pursued as the only viable way to deal with sewage, it must be clearly stated in any deed that any liability associated with plant failure is the responsibility of the landowner/homeowner with absolutely no recourse to cry to the county or state for financial assistance or dispensation.
Seymour Rosenthal Stay cool. Support City Paper. City Paper has been bringing the best news, food, arts, music and event coverage to the Holy City since 1997. Support our continued efforts to highlight the best of Charleston with a one-time donation or become a member of the City Paper Club.
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