Your Turn: Your Feedback On VA Clinic, P&C, Mammograms & Wind Power
P&C employees are on notice. If the grocery stores aren't sold, they will likely close by February 15.
Here's a sampling of your emails:
Canton P&C price gouged every customer. I sure won't miss them.
We received dozens of angry emails over Carthage Area Hospital losing its contract to operate the VA clinic. A Washington, D.C. company is taking over and setting up a new clinic in Watertown.
These are just some of the messages we received:
The services provided by this clinic are in some areas superior to my primary provider. This is...a travesty.
A government task force says most women don't need a mammogram in their 40s and should get one every two years starting at 50.
All of the emails we received were similiar to these:
I was diagnosed at age 43 with breast cancer. I am alive today because I had early detection!
Our special report "Living with Wind" took a look at the pros and cons of living near wind turbines.
Here's a couple of your messages:
The wind turbines are amazing. They are quiet, environmentally clean and much better looking than any other type of power plant.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014, Watertown, NY