Your Turn: Your Feedback On Carr, Valehaven & Howitzers

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Former Jefferson County prosecutor Aaron Carr, who resigned this week after a drunk driving arrest, apologized to the community. He admits he's an alcoholic and says he's getting help:

 

 

I was the first to think this would get swept under the rug. I am happy to see he is facing up to it and with class! Best wishes!

Skip Fleming 
from Facebook

 

As a professional who has been in your shoes with my opiate addiction, get help and get on with your life. It is possible to live sober. Good luck.

Susan Streiff-Schofield
from Facebook

 

He 'manned-up' and I respect him for that.
 
Timothy Minnick
from email

 

I hope Mr. Carr can overcome this and regain everything he had.  He is a good attorney and a good person.

Tayler Glass
from email

 

 

 

It has been home to people with mental illness or limited resources in its nearly 40 year history. Now the Valehaven Home for Adults in Massena is closing its doors:

 

 
This is so sad that a really needed business needs to close.
 
Candice Sayers Zeller
from Facebook
 
 
It's about time. That place is a death trap dump.
 
Mike Jay 
from Facebook
 
 
The problem with Valehaven and others yet to come started in Washington.
 
Lawrece Prashaw
from email
 

Some Fort Drum soldiers broke out the big guns for training. The troops were in the field last week working with howitzers:
 
I've been close enough to feel the shock wave from them. All I can say is...WOW!
 
Polly Newton
from Facebook
 
 
I love it. It sounds like freedom and I feel safe knowing they are training to keep us protected.
 
Jean Marie Benson 
from Facebook
 
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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