Your Turn: Your Feedback On Phone Book, CSEA Ad & More


Some businesses in the towns of Henderson and Adams are worried customers won't know they exist. That's because they're not in Verizon's latest phone book:


Phone books still hold some importance, especially with the older generations who may not be as electronically inclined.

Ronni Sorensen Granger
from Facebook

I use the web to get all numbers I need. Think the phone book is useless!

Kathy Rosbrook Goodwin
from Facebook

I always grab the book - these businesses are definitely in trouble.

Kathleen Hammond Maurer
from Facebook

The only thing they will be missing out on is being kindling for fires.

Tanya Logan
from Facebook

The Civil Service Employees Association launched a statewide radio ad campaign to criticize the governor's plan to create "tax-free communities" :


Someone, somewhere will have to make up the lost revenue from these taxes.

Kristel Fuller
from Facebook

It's unfair to the already established businesses, and to everyone who will pay higher taxes.

Kathy Manning
from Facebook

The Canton and Potsdam school districts have agreed to consider a merger, consolidation or shared services:


Get rid of sports, money problem solved.

Jonathan Teele
from email

The major problem for school budgets is the wonderful benefits that the teachers union and teachers expect and demand.

Paul Andrews
from email

What was first thought to be a sinkhole in the hamlet of Tylerville is, instead, something called a rock crevice. It's roughly a foot wide and 18 feet deep:


Sink hole or rock crevice, a hole of that size is not safe in the road or in a yard.

Shawn Russell
from Facebook

That little hole could swallow Tylerville.

Dan Denney
from Facebook

Friday, December 2, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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