Your Turn: feedback on Clayton reassessment, theft arrests & dog sanctuary
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Some residents in the town and village of Clayton are up in arms about a recent property reassessment. Some say it may even triple their property taxes:
It’s a resort town on the St. Lawrence with many rich summer homes. What do you expect!
I am a senior citizen...Do you honestly think someone living on Social Security can afford these assessments? Mine went up over $150,000.
Linda Thibault Woodley
Two college students have been charged in connection with a theft at a Canton church. Village police say the suspects entered St. Mary’s Catholic Church and stole three plaster statues, leaving them damaged:
These antisocial punks should make full restitution, which could be significant, and be expelled from their universities.
A good punishment for them is community service at the church.
A dog sanctuary is being built in the town of Canton. It will be a place for dogs rescued from the dogmeat industry in east Asia and dogs who’ve been left behind in war-torn countries like Ukraine and Afghanistan:
Fantastic idea. God Bless for taking in the fur babies.
Why wouldn’t you also help the animals around here that need it before bringing animals from different countries over?
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