Your Turn: Your Feedback On Oxley, Postal Service & Pool Rules


Wayne Oxley's third murder trial in St. Lawrence County Court ended with his acquittal:


Such a waste of taxpayers' money.

Margaret Petrie Cleland
from Facebook

I am so happy for you, Wayne, yet so sorry for the loss of time you have endured.

Kristina Krake Petrie
from Facebook

I still think he did it.

Nate Lundquist
from Facebook

You also shared your feedback on John Moore's special series "The Shrinking Service" - about the problems facing the U.S. Postal Service. In addition to internet competition, the Postal Service must pre-pay its retirement health benefits 75 years into the future - a whopping $5.5 billion annual payment:


Thank you for sharing the real story. I just wish somehow this could get out all over the nation.

Ruben Rivera
from email

The post office has not even tried to update operations and compete with e-mail. An automated post office would cut costs and would be able to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, meaning more revenue.

Scott Akey
from email

Just wondering why they don't charge for rural delivery, yet people with post office boxes have to pay.

Terrie Taylor
from email

Small hotels and motels could soon face a major expense. New regulations will soon require their pools to be handicapped accessible:

It is in the best interest of any pool owner to provide this inexpensive protection.

Larry Corbett
from email

I know that handicapped people want to swim too, but the rest of us shouldn't have to pay for it.

Kathy Manning
from Facebook

Being disabled myself...I would be in favor of installing ramps/lifts in all NEW hotels.

Chrys Pratt
from Facebook

If I were a hotel/motel owner, I'd probably end up closing/removing my pool.

Romeyn Prescott
from Facebook

Friday, December 2, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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