The Herald Bulletin

September 23, 2013

You Said It: About the Aults, mayor's Italy trip and Wall Street investing


The Herald Bulletin

---- — Each week, The Herald Bulletin publishes “You Said It,” a compilation of reader comments from www.theheraldbulletin.com coupled with responses by the newspaper’s editorial board.

 

Officials recall ‘disgusting’ conditions at Summitville farm owned by Daniel and Carrie Ault. (Article published Sept. 14)

THB: The Aults face a litany of charges connected to the conditions found at the farm. All told, the two are co-defendants on 96 charges of improper disposal of a dead animal, 15 counts of cruelty to an animal, and two counts of neglect of a dependent child.

 

Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith leads foreign trade mission to Italy. (Sept. 19)

THB: Let’s do hope it works. At least with this administration, we have someone who is getting the word about Anderson out there. You cannot sit here and hope and pray businesses will come to you. Smith and his team are being proactive.

 

THB editorial: Wealth gap traces to ability to invest. (Sept. 19)

THB: Wall Street investing is open to all and is a gamble. But so is life. Go ahead and roll the dice.