Five years ago, Southeastern Greene School Board was advised there was a drug problem there, with heroin being the drug of choice. This, to my dismay, is still the case.
After five years, you would think Greene County would be making some headway to stop, or at least curtail, this activity. Our young children need protection from teenagers and young adults making money to keep their own habits alive and well. How sad that they say they can make more money selling drugs than working a minimum-wage job.
We read constantly about Washington County cracking down and doing more than Greene County to stop drug-dealing. Maybe we could get some direction or pointers from them to clean up our neighborhoods and schools.