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The city of Watertown is planning to take legal action against a man who's refusing to take down his illegal chain-link fence. Lawmakers rejected a request from Jacob Johnson to keep the fence, but now Johnson says he's not going to tear it down:

 

It is a law that is in place. Had he wanted to challenge the law, he should have gone about it the right way.

Erin Butterfield Weston


Taking him to court? Really? How much is that going to cost the taxpayers?

Tari Peters Briggs


Jacob Johnson fought the Law and the Law won.

Jim Manchester

 

There are more pressing issues the city of Watertown should be concerned about.

Justin Rivers
 

An adult home in Pulaski is slated to close as soon as the end of February. The owner blames the Supplemental Security Income rate, which is barely over $1,200 per month per resident. He says that's not enough to pay the bills:

 

This is not a matter of right or wrong; it's one citizen defying a ruthless, reactive and vain government.

Chris Parent

 

It's not fair to the elderly to receive this treatment.

Poppy Lane




The Disabled Persons Action Organization did a survey asking people public who they'd like to see perform during its summer concert series:

 

There are simply too many open questions to understand why $1,200 a month is not enough for housing and meals. Lots of us live on less.

William Morse

 

The Tragically Hip and Trews.

Loren Scott Hall

 

James Taylor would be an excellent concert to see.

Amanda Villamor

 

Would love to see more rock!  Seems like all they offer anymore is country.

Jeanine Cantrell
 

Monday, September 1, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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