Your Turn: Feedback On Apartment Building, Pajama Sisters & Duff

Your Turn: Feedback On Apartment Building, Pajama Sisters & Duffel Bags

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An apartment building on High Street in Watertown was condemned the day before Thanksgiving, leaving people homeless:

This is why there needs to be inspections in Watertown. I bet there are hundreds of buildings that would be deemed unsafe.

Tim Clement


This building looks like a firefighter's nightmare. As awful as it would be to have to move suddenly, it is so much better than being burned out.

Judith Sanford

For the last 10 years, two sisters from Ogdensburg have donated thousands of pajamas every Christmas to kids in need. However, this will be their last year:

Thank you for all you did. Good luck in the future. Your pictures are in the dictionary under "role models".

Beau BleederGuy Bushor


This is what the holiday should be about. Great example they are putting forth.

Rosalind Lopez

Employees at Watertown Savings Bank heard some children in foster care carry around their belongings in a trash bag.  On Saturday, workers packed 500 duffel bags with a few comfort items to give to foster children:

These kids deserve the dignity of having a real bag for their items. They don't have a choice of their situation.

Emily Jewett Lambert


So nice to see. Nothing breaks your heart more than a child who comes to you with their belongings in garbage bags.

Missy King Conners

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