Your Turn: feedback on homeless shelter, Lowville ban & ‘Lucky’ dog
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - A temporary homeless shelter opened inside a donated building on Main Avenue in Watertown. It came a day after the mayor took issue with tarps being put up at the Butler Pavilion to shield homeless people from the snowstorm:
Think you dropped the ball, Mayor Smith.
Debbie Cottrell Dermady
I stand with the mayor. It’s an embarrassment.
Thank you to PJ Simao and Scott Gray...for having a heart and the compassion for human beings not to suffer freezing to death!
Lowville trustees approved a new law banning motorized vehicles like ATVs and snowmobiles inside the village:
What a way to kill local business during the winter for all the snowmobilers!
They don’t need to be in the village anyway. That’s what they make trails for!
While motorcycling cross-country, Matt Strader and his wife met a malnourished puppy in an Arizona desert. They wound up leaving their bikes behind and bringing the dog home:
Such a nice story with a beautiful ending. So glad you saved him!
Lucky is very lucky to have them and clearly, they are very happy to have Lucky. This warms my heart so much.
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