Your Turn: feedback on alleged fraud, Syria & parking

wwny Your Turn: feedback on alleged fraud, Syria & parking

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - The state Attorney General’s Office says money raised for the victim of a Watertown house fire was not given to her and donations were fraudulently spent by relatives:

I wish I could say I am surprised by this, but unfortunately this happens way too often. So sad for the surviving child.

Jonathan James Schell

That’s why I don’t donate. I’ll put the cash DIRECTLY into the persons’ hand myself.

Mark Getman Sr

Congresswoman Elise Stefanik is critical of President Donald Trump pulling troops out of Syria, calling the decision “misguided":

"Misguided?" Really? I think my #1 phrase...would be: "An absolute betrayal at the direction of his puppet-master Putin!"

Ms Momocracy

We don’t belong there. The place is a tribal nightmare of endless killing and sectarian violence.

Dave Petteys

Some businesses on Watertown’s Public Square say parking tickets are scaring their customers away, but other businesses say that the city enforcing parking is a good thing:

Seems like just another reason to not shop on the square.

Ashley Burt

Maybe these people should look for spaces where they have more long term parking options to fit their long term parking needs instead of parking in short term spaces meant for visitors to those business.

Michelle Hayden

Our shop is on Franklin and long term parking is 4 blocks away. My customers will have to pass a competing business to park. You think in February they will make the walk?

Kristina Pafford

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