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Fire Code Inspections Debated At Council Meeting
Posted by news on 4/12/2018 5:41:00 AM.

Watertown city officials spent this week's city council work session trying to find the best way to handle fire code inspections.
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City Council To Discuss Moving Farmers Market Downtown
Posted by news on 3/31/2018 8:18:00 AM.

The Watertown City Council will be meeting on Monday evening; one of the items on the agenda will be to discuss the possibility of moving the farmers market from Washington Street to Public Square this Spring.
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Watertown, Farmers Market, Downtown, City Council

Issues with Public Square apartments could lead to more discussion on mandatory rental inspections
Posted by news on 3/27/2018 4:37:00 AM.
Are the issues plaguing the apartments above the Crystal Restaurant in Watertown proof that the city needs mandatory rental inspections?
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Watertown City Council member Walczyk resigns from Sen. Ritchie's office fueling speculation
Posted by news on 3/19/2018 4:44:00 AM.
In a move that's sure to raise some eyebrows, Watertown City Council member Mark Walczyk posted to Facebook that he has resigned from his position within state Senator Patty Ritchie's office.
Watertown, City Council, Mark Walczyk, state Senator Patty Ritchie

Watertown City Council to consider hiring outside firm to look into fire department staffing, again
Posted by news on 3/19/2018 4:43:00 AM.
The attorney representing the city of Watertown in its three-year-plus contract battle with the fire department has recommended hiring a consultant.
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Colorful Crosswalks not coming for Watertown
Posted by news on 3/12/2018 4:51:00 AM.
Colorful crosswalks have likely been crossed off for the city of Watertown.
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Dog park might be back on Watertown City Council's radar, again
Posted by news on 3/12/2018 4:46:00 AM.
Is the city of Watertown ever going to have a dog park, and if so, where would it go?
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dog park, Watertown, City Council

Samaritan preparing to demo burned down Newell Street building; City Council hires consultant to help promote Black River
Posted by news on 3/9/2018 4:49:00 AM.
Construction equipment is already on site, just waiting for the official word to start demolishing the burned remains of a building on Newell Street in Watertown.
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Samaritan Medical Center, Black River, Newell Street, City Council

Will new-look Watertown City Council apply for grant to help add firefighters?
Posted by news on 3/7/2018 4:38:00 AM.
Down six firefighters, Watertown Chief Dale Herman is looking for the city to add to his staff.
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SAFER Grant, Watertown, City Council, fire department

North country school students might participate in next week's nationwide walkout; Watertown lawmakers looking to beef up school security
Posted by news on 3/7/2018 4:34:00 AM.
In one week from today, high school students are planning a nationwide walkout.
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