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Should the government be able to tell you who can live in your house? The definition of "family" was debated by Watertown City Council as a minor change was made to the zoning law. Most of your feedback this week is about that:

 

When the government tells you who can live in YOUR house, there is something wrong....SERIOUSLY WRONG!

Tim Villnave
from Facebook

It never ceases to amaze me how much Watertown wastes time and money over ridiculous topics. How's the net at Thompson park doing guys?!

Tanya Logan
from Facebook

The scourge here isn't the council, it's the nosy, snotty little twit of a neighbor who evidently feels everyone who lives in her vicinity must conform to her personal standards.

Peter J. Graves
from Facebook


Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said he wants Congress to limit military pay raises. We asked for your thoughts:

 

They should get paid more than what they actually are getting paid.

Becky Marie Finley
from Facebook

This is awful. We were a military family once and the pay barely covers minimum needs.

Julie G. DeGroat
from Facebook


The Postal Service says it's cutting Saturday mail delivery to save money. An estimated 35,000 jobs could be affected:

 

A business survives by taking care of customers.  Eliminating Saturday is eliminating customers.

Alan Gaines
from email

It's a great idea. Companies face tough times, they cut back, as should our agencies.

Mitch Bresett
from Facebook

The US Postal Service has been running itself into the ground due to its own extremely poor financial decisions, thanks in no small measure to the Postal Workers union.

Chuck Mitchell
from email

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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