Your Turn: Your Feedback On Saturday Mail, Governor, Rough Roads & More

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Most of the emails we received over the past week are about the Gouverneur woman accused of leaving her seven month old son home alone for hours each day while she went to work in another county.

Because of the nature of many of your messages, we're only able to share a couple of them:

 

I hope that little boy is safe, wherever he is.

Dana Bray


This is sad and my heart goes out to the baby boy.

Felisha Long
 

The U.S. Postal Service is increasing the pressure for dropping Saturday home delivery as it seeks to fend off massive financial losses.

We asked for your thoughts:

 

Most Americans can learn how to deal without mail on Saturday, especially when they are talking about increasing the postage.

Name Withheld


Saturday is the only day people who work during the week can get to a post office. Maybe choosing a work day would be better.

Janice Pease

 

There are more calls for embattled Governor David Paterson to resign.

Here's a sampling of your messages:

 

Whether or not he violated any laws, the appearance of misconduct alone ruins his credibility. It's time for him to resign.

Bruce Webber


This is getting to be a bit much.  I sincerely feel he should step down and stay out of politics altogether.

Colleen Grooms



Watertown City Council decided to move ahead with the $2.3 million Breen Avenue reconstruction project. The decision delights the people who live there, but others in the city are asking, "What about my street?"

This is what some of you had to say:

 

Have you ever driven down Cedar St.?  It's a mess!

Chana Fay


North Hamilton Street is also horrible.  When will it be repaved?

Mindi McMains


How about S. Pleasant St.?  You get seasick driving down the street.

Roberto Elizondo


For the amount of money we pay in taxes a year CITY STREETS SHOULD BE PAVED IN GOLD!

Frank Battista
 

Saturday, October 25, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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