Your Turn: Feedback On Pay Raises, Kmart Closing, Jail Costs & M

Your Turn: Feedback On Pay Raises, Kmart Closing, Jail Costs & More

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Every manager within Watertown city government is getting pay raises. Everyone except for 2 people at the fire department. For some time, the fire department's union has been at odds with the city over staffing and overtime costs:

With taxes going up, none of the management should get raises.

Patrick Sherwood


These men put their lives on the line every day. They deserve the raise more than these city managers.

Sheri E Doroha


Watertown's Kmart store will close its doors in early September. A corporate spokesperson said the retailer will begin its liquidation sale on June 15:

Such a shame. I've been shopping at Kmart for years. I will miss it.

Christine Greening


I am sad for the employees there.

Loretta Young Natowitz


I am surprised it took this long for them to close. Any time I am in there, it is very unusual to see more than a handful of shoppers.

Barbara McAloon

More than 100 people were rounded up in St. Lawrence County during a massive drug bust called "Operation Gravy Train."
Jailing those suspects could cost county taxpayers $100,000 in just one month:

Cost of arrests - 100k+. Cost of saving lives - priceless.

Lyn Win


Everyone busted should have to pay for the costs.

Crystal LaLone


They need to take money that was seized!

Jeff Murray

Kobe Cooper of Potsdam won $10,000 as part of a national TV show, Food Network's Kids BBQ Championship:

I hope you bottle that sauce!

Paula Rosanna-Villanueva

We need more teens to be role models like this!

Rob Mullin

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