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New council majority agrees to pursue three city pools

WATERTOWN — The new majority on City Council showed Monday night it has enough support to pursue giving north-side residents back the William J. Flynn Municipal Swimming Pool at North Elementary School. After nearly three hours of discussion, Councilwoman Lisa A. Ruggiero and new Councilmen Cliff G. Olney III and Patrick J. Hickey informally agreed… Keep Reading

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Egg hatchery eyed for Watertown agri-biz park

WATERTOWN — A Georgia-based poultry breeding company is looking at building and operating an egg hatchery facility in the agri-biz park on Route 3 in the town of Watertown. CWT Farms International, a 62-year-old company with facilities in Ohio, and several southern states, is talking to Jefferson County economic development officials about building a 28,000-square-foot… Keep Reading

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Additional Reasons Electric Vehicles Are ‘Green’, According to Yale Researchers

With new major spending packages investing billions of dollars in electric vehicles in the U.S., some analysts have raised concerns over how green the electric vehicle industry actually is, focusing particularly on indirect emissions caused within the supply chains of the vehicle components and the fuels used to power electricity that charges the vehicles. But a recent… Keep Reading

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CABVI offering range of vision services in wake of NNY agency permanently closing its doors

WATERTOWN — After offering professional services in the area for decades, the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired of Northern New York has cracked under years of pressure associated with not being able to find credentialed staff, other hurdles, and the COVID-19 pandemic. The Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, headquartered in… Keep Reading

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