Your Turn: Your Feedback On DPAO, Evacuation & Tests


The Disabled Persons Action Organization has been holding its summer concert series in Watertown for nearly 40 years. But, now city fees might drive the entertainment out of town:


The fee might be legitimate but the lack of advance notice is unfair. Do landlords tell tenants their rent has increased a day before the rent is due?

Steven Barker
from Facebook

This topic was discussed last year & the organization was given a "heads up" back then. Why is he acting like this is the first he has heard of it?

Elaine Coffey
from email

Watertown shouldn't be so greedy.

Jeanne Converse
from Facebook

Non-profit or not, they are making money with these concerts and why should the taxpayers foot the bill?

Ed Kemp
from Facebook

Have the concerts in Clayton at the rec center!

Amanda Craig
from email

They can come to Can Am Speedway in Lafargeville; we won't charge them for anything.

Chip Burdick
from Facebook

A St. Lawrence County building was evacuated Wednesday after a suspicious-looking bag was discovered.  No explosives were found:


Let us be realistic here.  Someone is going to bomb Canton's DMV?

Robert Thompson
from email

Just because it doesn't seem like a probable target doesn't make it any less serious.

Shannon Gonzalez
from Facebook

Students in grades three through eight are taking two weeks worth of ELA and math assessments part of the state's new Common Core Curriculum:


I am not for the testing myself. I think they are pushing children to the limits.

Jen Dumers
from Facebook

A good teacher knows which of her/his students are need of help. These tests are just a waste.

Monica La Fuente Ramirez
from Facebook

Friday, December 9, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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