Your Turn: Your Feedback On Scozzafava, Water Levels & Urn


Republican state Assemblywoman Dede Scozzafava of the 122nd District has decided to call it quits after completing her sixth term. Here's a sampling of your emails:

Congratulations Dede! I think you are smart to quit. Now if more of the so called state legislators would follow suit, we would be off and running in the right direction.

Larry Bush

She's a Democrat in disguise and wouldn't stand a chance on the Republican ticket.

William LaRose

She is a very good person and I am sure she has good reason for anything she does and will do well in the future no matter what direction she goes in. I wish her all the luck.

Ilene Paro

This is a huge loss for the north country. Dede Scozzafava has served us with distinction. Her knowledge of the district and the issues facing us cannot be replaced.

Bruce Webber


Water levels on the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario are significantly lower than usual for this time of year. This is what a couple of you had to say:


If the water levels remain at the current level, I will not be putting my boat in, which means I will not be needing at least 400 gallons of gas.

Bob Merry

It seems that there is an easy fix to low water levels and saving the summer for all of us - tell the people who control the water let more water out.

Michael Ferguson

A Chaumont family is hoping the public can help solve a mystery. A burial urn washed ashore and no one knows who it belongs to or where it came from.  Here are some of your emails:

They should have left the urn alone where it was! My advice is to put it back!

Teri Taittyou

It may be a find left there from a geo-caching game. People hide things and use GPS to find them.

Kim Foss

Saturday, December 10, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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