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City of Watertown has reportedly spent over $350K in its legal battle with fire department
Posted by news on 4/27/2017 4:40:00 AM.
The ongoing contract battle with the fire department has cost the city of Watertown well over $300,000. That's how much the city spent on legal fees through January of this year, with the number now estimated to be closer to $360,000.

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City of Watertown, New York, legal fee, fire department, City Council

Budget discussions in Watertown include firefighter's OT and potential funding for zoo
Posted by news on 4/26/2017 4:47:00 AM.
Lawmakers in Watertown had their first chance to disect the latest proposed budget as a group Tuesday night. And according to the Watertown Daily Times, the New York State Zoo at Thompson Park and the city's Fire Department were debated.

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Watertown, New York, budget, City Council, fire department, New York State Zoo at Thompson Park

Budget proposal in Watertown calls for tax rate increase, cuts to crow hazing
Posted by news on 4/25/2017 4:41:00 AM.
The City Manager in Watertown is calling for a tax rate hike that would have residents paying about $37 more for homes valued at $100,000 or more.

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Watertown, New York, City Council, budget, crows,

Thompson Park pool causing friction among Watertown City Council members
Posted by news on 4/21/2017 4:28:00 AM.
The future of the pool at Thompson Park is apparently causing major issues for lawmakers in Watertown.

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Watertown, New York, City Council, Thompson Park pool, rental inspection

Watertown City Council members continue to spar over rental-inspection issue
Posted by news on 4/20/2017 4:41:00 AM.
The battle between two city lawmakers in Watertown continues to heat up. Councilman Mark Walczyk tells us it centers on council's annual list of unanimously-agreed upon goals for the upcoming year.

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Watertown, New York, City Council, tweet, rental inspections

DeMar, one-time Watertown City Council candidate, back in old position within fire department
Posted by news on 4/13/2017 4:26:00 AM.
The firefighter who ran for City Council in Watertown has been given his old position back within the department.

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Todd DeMar, Watertown, City Council, Fire Department

Ogdensburg city lawmakers look to shape up when it comes to budget
Posted by news on 4/12/2017 4:15:00 AM.
Paying for health insurance and covering unpaid school taxes are some of the reasons there was a budget crunch in Ogdensburg late last year.

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Ogdensburg, New York, City Council, budget

Watertown officially picks company to install Thompson Park playground
Posted by news on 4/11/2017 5:15:00 AM.
After an unanimous vote on Monday, Watertown City Council officially picked Terlouw Construction to install the new playground at Thompson Park.

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Watertown, New York, City Council, Thompson Park, playground

Watertown finally has business ready to install new playground
Posted by news on 4/6/2017 4:19:00 AM.
After a couple of swings and misses, the city of Watertown has found a business to install the new playground at Thompson Park.

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Watertown, New York, Thompson Park playground, bidding, City Council

City Council agrees to help struggling Watertown zoo
Posted by news on 4/4/2017 4:32:00 AM.
While not committing any money just yet, Watertown City Council has agreed to give help to the struggling New York State Zoo at Thompson Park.

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New York State at Thompson Park, Watertown, New York, City Council

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