|Watertown City Council: Incumbent and challengers divided on fire department|
|Posted by news on 10/18/2017 4:35:00 AM.|
The line is clear beween the incumbents and the challengers when it comes to the race for Watertown City Council.
|Watertown City Council, race, fire department|
|Jennings campaigning aggressively as a write-in candidate|
|Posted by news on 10/17/2017 4:27:00 AM.|
Stephen Jennings was beaten in last month's primary for Watertown City Council, but he is now running a full-on campaign to be re-elected as a write-in.
|write-in, Stephen Jennings, Watertown City Council|
|Watertown City Council member Teresa Macaluso:|
|Posted by news on 10/17/2017 4:26:00 AM.|
"This campaign has gotten very ugly," those the words of Watertown City Council member and candidate Teresa Macaluso.
|Watertown City Council, Teresa Macaluso, fire department|
|Candidate in Watertown City Council race to hold fundraiser|
|Posted by news on 9/28/2017 4:29:00 AM.|
One of the remaining four candidates in the race for Watertown City Council will hold a fundraiser this weekend.
|Watertown City Council, fundraiser|
|Cliff Olney to appear on 'Candidate's Corner' during Watertown's Morning News Wednesday|
|Posted by news on 9/27/2017 5:25:00 AM.|
In 790 WTNY's continuing coverage of local political races, Watertown City Council candidate Cliff Olney will appear on "Candidate's Corner" during Watertown's Morning News with Alan Walts Wednesday.
Mr. Olney will have the opportunity to futher explain his campaign platform and to answer questions from host Alan Walts and Stephen Media Group News Director Matt McClusky.
During the segment, which is scheduled for 8:35 a.m., Mr. Olney will also likely address his thoughts on the contract battle with the fire department and the potential meeting being arraigned for candidates and city hall officials, which might be held prior to the November 7 election.
With this month's primary now in the books, Mr. Olney is one of four candidates remaining, along with incumbent Teresa Macaluso, and fellow challengers Lisa Ruggiero and Ryan Henry-Wilkinson, who are all vying for the two open seats on council.
Previously, Lisa Ruggiero appeared in the segement, with the other hoefuils likely to appear in coming weeks.
|Candidate's Corner, Watertown City Council|
|Challengers unofficially take top three spots in Watertown City Council primary; incumbent Jennings finishes fifth|
|Posted by news on 9/13/2017 4:21:00 AM.|
Primaries are in the books, and in the race for Watertown City Council, four of the five candidates now move on to the general election.
|Watertown City Council, primary|
|City Council forum presented by 790 AM WTNY set for tonight|
|Posted by news on 9/6/2017 4:27:00 AM.|
Tonight is the only chance for residents to hear from all of the candidates running for the two open seats on Watertown City Council.
|790 AM WTNY, Watertown City Council, forum, Stephens Media Group|
|790 WTNY Watertown City Council forum set for Wednesday|
|Posted by news on 9/5/2017 4:30:00 AM.|
We're now just one day away from the first and only scheduled forum in the race for the two open seats on Watertown City Council.
|Watertown City Council, 790 WTNY, |
|Primary day coming; 790 WTNY set to host only Watertown City Council forum|
|Posted by news on 9/1/2017 4:25:00 AM.|
With the beginning of September, we are now closing in on primpary day. For residents in the city of Watertown, there will be two races up for grabs on September 12.
|Watertown City Council, City judge, primary|
|Residents Ask City Council Why Road Repairs Are Ignored|
|Posted by news on 8/11/2017 5:46:00 AM.|
Residents on Pawling Street attended this weeks Watertown City Council meeting to find out why their requests for road repairs have been ignored.
|Pawling Street, Watertown City Council, Repairs|
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