what is Stuttgart biggest problem

what is Stuttgart biggest problem

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notintheclick

Elko, NV

#1 Aug 18, 2011
number them off
blahblahblah

Ward, AR

#2 Aug 18, 2011
I think the biggest problem is how the city is run itself. We could use a big change in leadership around here and how things are done. Seems like priorities are mixed and they just go about things the complete wrong way. That's just my opinion though.
year of the horse

United States

#3 Aug 19, 2011
DRUGS,DRUGS,DRUGS.that goes for the drugs at the drug store too.
hard worker

Jacksonville, AR

#4 Aug 19, 2011
AND self centered people on city clowncil
opine

Cabot, AR

#5 Aug 22, 2011
Ignorant people with a bad attitude gets my vote.

Since: Jul 11

Dallas, TX

#6 Aug 22, 2011
The fact that 90% of the people there think they are better than everyone. And if you don't kiss ass around that town you won't get anything you really deserve
Casscoe

Carlisle, AR

#7 Aug 23, 2011
Mosquitos.
shine

United States

#8 Aug 23, 2011
Razorbackbabe wrote:
The fact that 90% of the people there think they are better than everyone. And if you don't kiss ass around that town you won't get anything you really deserve
Clarendon is like that too but alot smaller.

Since: Jul 11

Dallas, TX

#9 Aug 23, 2011
So is Dewitt
guessed

Cabot, AR

#10 Aug 23, 2011
The biggest? I don't know where to start. I'm not native to this area, so please take this as constructive criticism. In no particular order: unfriendly/unwelcoming attitude towards outsiders; "plantation" mentality; no code enforcement (vacant buildings, cars in front yard, etc.); nowhere to eat; unattractive city ...
guessed

Cabot, AR

#11 Aug 23, 2011
And if u notice, a lot of the other posts are about trashing other people. Shortly after moving here I was told the only things to do here were "fightin, cheatin, an gossipin".
opine

Cabot, AR

#12 Aug 23, 2011
guessed wrote:
The biggest? I don't know where to start. I'm not native to this area, so please take this as constructive criticism. In no particular order: unfriendly/unwelcoming attitude towards outsiders; "plantation" mentality; no code enforcement (vacant buildings, cars in front yard, etc.); nowhere to eat; unattractive city ...
You have hit the nail on the head. Several times. This needs to be said and heard by others. There is plenty of room for improvement. We don't support and help each other enough.
Deep

Marble Falls, TX

#13 Aug 23, 2011
Saying Hello To everyone you pass is step one!!! Step two is lending a helping hand to your neighbors (the ones on your street). Beautify your block and get to know who lives around you. Step Three It dosen't matter "what have they done for me" but, what can YOU DO FOR THEM!!!!!
Guest

United States

#14 Aug 24, 2011
So true
farmers on welfare

United States

#15 Aug 27, 2011
the biggest problem is large landowners/farmers drawing massive subsidy checks from the government and gettin "fat" while looking down their noses at the "have nots" and keeping the whole community living at poverty level by paying starvation wages to their hired help. any industry(if any) when they move into an area, bases its scale wages on the local rates of pay!
opine

Ward, AR

#16 Aug 27, 2011
I'm into helping others, but how do you help stuck up jerks who won't speak to you or even look your way?
traveler

Monroe, LA

#17 Aug 27, 2011
opine wrote:
I'm into helping others, but how do you help stuck up jerks who won't speak to you or even look your way?
well,you don't. just keep letting them walk around with their noses in the air and sooner or later it will come a hard rain,then if we're lucky they may drown. can't save the whole world.
Casscoe

Carlisle, AR

#18 Aug 28, 2011
farmers on welfare wrote:
the biggest problem is large landowners/farmers drawing massive subsidy checks from the government and gettin "fat" while looking down their noses at the "have nots" and keeping the whole community living at poverty level by paying starvation wages to their hired help. any industry(if any) when they move into an area, bases its scale wages on the local rates of pay!
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$35,000 a year plus a truck, gas and 6 week vacation is far from poverty level.
Casscoe

Carlisle, AR

#19 Aug 28, 2011
farmers on welfare wrote:
the biggest problem is large landowners/farmers drawing massive subsidy checks from the government and gettin "fat" while looking down their noses at the "have nots" and keeping the whole community living at poverty level by paying starvation wages to their hired help. any industry(if any) when they move into an area, bases its scale wages on the local rates of pay!
35,000 a year, truck, gas and a 6 week vacation is far from poverty level.
jugs

Stuttgart, AR

#20 Aug 28, 2011
Cops on a power trip. Ain't sh:t

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