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Watertown lawmakers in favor of buying Golf Club, not leasing it back
Posted by news on 7/25/2017 4:27:00 AM.
Should the city of Watertown purchase the Golf Club at Thompson Park, it might not remain a golf course.

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Watertown, City Council, Golf Club

Report: City of Watertown might take case against fire department to New York's highest court
Posted by news on 7/24/2017 4:39:00 AM.
After losing its case in New York's State Supreme and Appellate Court, the city of Watertown is reportedly looking to take the fight with its fire department to the Court of Appeals.

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City of Watertown, City Council, fire department, court

Watertown moves forward with plan to buy Golf Club; Ives Hill owner threatens to close
Posted by news on 7/20/2017 4:45:00 AM.
While Watertown City Council moves forward with a plan to purchase the Golf Club at Thompson Park, the owner of a competing course says he'll close if that deal goes through.

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Golf Club at Thompson Park, City Council, Watertown, Ives Hill Country Club

L'Hullier Ruggiero enters Watertown City Council race
Posted by news on 7/10/2017 4:49:00 AM.
With time to collect petitions running low, a fourth candidate has entered the race for Watertown's City Council.

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Lisa L'Hullier Ruggiero, Watertown, City Council

Local Businesswoman Announces Bid For City Council
Posted by news on 7/8/2017 8:10:00 AM.

A Watertown businesswoman has announced she'll be running for City Council in the Fall.
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Watertown, City Council, Ruggiero

Key ruling in court battle between Watertown and its fire department could come today
Posted by news on 6/30/2017 4:38:00 AM.
A decision in one of the long-running court battles between the city of Watertown and its fire department could be read today.
Watertown, New York, City Council, fire department

Issue with power agreement could affect Watertown's farmers market
Posted by news on 6/30/2017 4:37:00 AM.
There could be something of a power issue at the Watertown Farm and Craft Market. It has to do with vendors being able to utlize electrical outlets along Washington Street for the Wednesday markets.
Watertown, New York, City Council, Craft and Farmers Market

City of Watertown repairs arena roof, wants engineering firm to cover costs
Posted by news on 6/23/2017 4:34:00 AM.
The roof of the new $10.9 million Watertown Fairgrounds Municipal Arena is just about completely fixed up. And now, according to the Watertown Daily Times, City Council wants the engineering firm Stantec, which designed the structure, to pay for the repair work.

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Watertown, New York, Watertown Fairgrounds Ice Arena, roof, City Council

City of Watertown makes changes to summer playground program
Posted by news on 6/22/2017 4:31:00 AM.
The city of Watertown has decided to up the amount of playgrounds staffed for the summer, but cut back an hour of operation per day.

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City of Watertown, City Council, playgrounds

City of Watertown has new 'deployment plan'
Posted by news on 6/19/2017 4:40:00 AM.
The city of Watertown is putting the brakes on its fire department's use of a heavy rescue truck.

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Watertown, Fire Department, City Council

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