Your Turn: Your Feedback On Msgr. Milia, Cigarette Tax, DWI & More


From now on, if you're convicted of DWI, you must have an ignition interlock system installed in your vehicle:


They are going too far. Repeat offenders maybe or ones that are way over the limit. What's next chopping off hands?

Dave Foster

Rules that prohibit the movement of uncertified minnows and other live bait from one waterway to another have been in effect for three years. Now, the state wants to know what anglers think:


Not being able to carry our minnows from one lake to another is a hindrance and each new place we visit we need to make sure we have the receipt and the "certification" for our bait.  It has made fishing, which is already an expensive sport, even more expensive.

Matt Thomas

These laws and prices are stopping families from doing activities as a family because they can't afford it.

Bob Barrie

We asked for your thoughts on the state's cigarette tax, which went into effect six weeks ago:


Maybe this latest tax hike might end up biting Albany in the backside.

George Brothers

Smokers have rights too and these taxes every time we turn around are just plain crazy.

Rosemary Plato

Monsignor Anthony Milia, the former pastor of St. Anthony's Church in Watertown, passed away last week:


He will be remembered with love.

Lucia Rizzo-Hnath

Msgr. Milia warmly welcomed me as the first Italian-Lutheran pastor in the north country, with our churches being neighbors on Arsenal Street.

Rev. Paul Luisi

He was a walking saint with a humbleness that is not often found.

Peter Burns

All who knew him are richer for the experience.

Michele Davison

Msgr. Milia always exemplified my perceptions of the model priest.

Joe Butler Sr.


Friday, December 2, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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