Wed., Apr. 24, 2019  •  St. Lawrence County, NY


THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

In Massena, the town and village at recent meetings passed laws to allow limited outdoor recreational burning. The law in each case restricts burning to within a BBQ grill, BBQ pit or outdoor fireplace no wider than three feet and no taller than two feet. It has to have a spark-arresting lid or screen and a lid” or where smoke “passes through a stack or chimney from an enclosed chamber.” There were mixed reactions from residents who spoke up.

Do you think all towns and villages should allow recreational burning?

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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

A new law will now give state police the discretion to not release mugshots following an arrest. Local police agencies and deputies can continue to make mugshots public if they choose to.

Do you think mugshots should be banned?

See results here.

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HS baseball: Massena nips Malone 1-0 in 9th; E-K, OFA, N-N, SLC win openers

HS softball: Heuvelton, Chateaugay, Malone win Tuesday matchups

HS girls lacrosse: Canton, Massena win to remain undefeated atop division

HS boys lacrosse: Potsdam, SLC, OFA win Tuesday games

North Country baseball, softball action: Madrid-Waddignton teams take down Brushton-Moira

  • LOST: Striped beanie on SUNY Potsdam campus
  • Large canvas L.L. Bean bag with my name embroidered: "Anne's" last summer. Also lg fitover sunglasses in a African brown/yellow zippered case. Stolen from my car.
  • LOST: Cane in Potsdam.


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