Public's help sought as hydrants remain snowbound across St. Lawrence County

Streets and highways around St. Lawrence County are mostly clear following last week's snowstorm, but officials in Canton and other communities are still working to dig out fire hydrants, and they're looking for a helping hand from the public.

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community service

Massena, NY

#62 Jan 2, 2013
nobody cares wrote:
<quoted text>Well here in the burg we teach the kids to look both ways before crossing the street. You are living off of the taxpayers dollars. If the person who got hit, knew that the light had been broken for three months, sounds alot like you saying if your house burns, that you will sue. Your just waiting for the opportuny to sue, when in fact you knew there was a danger and you failed to do anything about it. You just waiting to see if you can get your hands on more taypayers money. I am sorry you family member got hurt, but they are the ones who did not look out for cars when crossing the street. Sounds to me like your family just waits for something to sue about so that they can live off of the taxpayers. Like what has been said before what ever happened to personnel responsibilty. It wouldn't surprise me if you are planning to set fire to your own house, just so you could get your hands on some more taxpayes hard earned money. You recieving that money is probly the only reason, you are not collecting welfare, now. You say they could have avoided the situation entirely, by doing what they were supposed to do, I say it could have been avoided by looking both ways to see if traffic is coming or not. Enjoy your blood money, you did not earn it, hell you didn't even get hurt in the accident. You enjoy that snowblower the taxpayers paid for, but please remember not to clear your hydrant, that could stop you from sueing your next victim.
Here in Massena we teach kids to do the job you have already been paid to do. Who said the person hit knew the crosswalk sign was broken for 3 months, I never said that, again reading comprehension. If my house burns down due to the DPW negligence of not doing the job they have already been paid to do then yes I will have every right to sue for damages, pain, and suffering. It's not my responsibility to do anything about it, we have already paid the DPW to take care of those things for us, just like we have already paid the state to maintain their equipment in a timely fashion when it has been reported to them that it is not working. The crosswalk sign is there to communicate to them when it is safe to cross the state's negligence caused the accident, not my family member, stop trying to excuse the state's negligence and put the blame where it doesn't belong. And I won't be clearing my hydrant I have already paid to have that done for me through my taxes. Blood money has nothing to do with being compensated for damages, pain, and suffering caused by another's negligence. Stop trying to make the victim the bad guy, you know you are wrong so now you have change the subject and excuse the state's negligence. And don't worry about my house burning down the DPW was here earlier and cleared the hydrant in front of my house, I guess getting bitch slapped by me once to the tune of $700,000 was enough to get them off their asses.
nobody cares

Ogdensburg, NY

#63 Jan 2, 2013
community service wrote:
<quoted text>Here in Massena we teach kids to do the job you have already been paid to do. Who said the person hit knew the crosswalk sign was broken for 3 months, I never said that, again reading comprehension. If my house burns down due to the DPW negligence of not doing the job they have already been paid to do then yes I will have every right to sue for damages, pain, and suffering. It's not my responsibility to do anything about it, we have already paid the DPW to take care of those things for us, just like we have already paid the state to maintain their equipment in a timely fashion when it has been reported to them that it is not working. The crosswalk sign is there to communicate to them when it is safe to cross the state's negligence caused the accident, not my family member, stop trying to excuse the state's negligence and put the blame where it doesn't belong. And I won't be clearing my hydrant I have already paid to have that done for me through my taxes. Blood money has nothing to do with being compensated for damages, pain, and suffering caused by another's negligence. Stop trying to make the victim the bad guy, you know you are wrong so now you have change the subject and excuse the state's negligence. And don't worry about my house burning down the DPW was here earlier and cleared the hydrant in front of my house, I guess getting bitch slapped by me once to the tune of $700,000 was enough to get them off their asses.
I guess getting bitch slapped by you pissed them off, it took 6 days to get there. What am I wrong about? I look when I cross the street. So what you are saying is your reported it for three months, because it was unsafe, but you failed to notify your family of an unsafe situation, therefore you allowed your family member to be hit. You can try to justify this all you want, but the true of the matter is you are living off of the NYS Taxpayers. Bottom line. Nobody had to sue, you and your family choose to. What you did was make a bad situation worse. Your the type of person who, when seeing a car go through a stop sign, doesn't put on your brakes to avoid the collision, so you can get a new car. Did they run the stop sign, yes, could you have prevented it, yes. If your house did burn you would have to prove the reason it burnt, was the villages fault, not that you had faulty wiring put in, or you left something on the stove and fell asleep. YOU ARE LIVING ON THE TAXPAYERS DOLLARS, QUITE BITCHING ABOUT OTHERS DOING THE SAME THING.
nobody cares

Ogdensburg, NY

#64 Jan 2, 2013
community service wrote:
<quoted text>Here in Massena we teach kids to do the job you have already been paid to do. Who said the person hit knew the crosswalk sign was broken for 3 months, I never said that, again reading comprehension. If my house burns down due to the DPW negligence of not doing the job they have already been paid to do then yes I will have every right to sue for damages, pain, and suffering. It's not my responsibility to do anything about it, we have already paid the DPW to take care of those things for us, just like we have already paid the state to maintain their equipment in a timely fashion when it has been reported to them that it is not working. The crosswalk sign is there to communicate to them when it is safe to cross the state's negligence caused the accident, not my family member, stop trying to excuse the state's negligence and put the blame where it doesn't belong. And I won't be clearing my hydrant I have already paid to have that done for me through my taxes. Blood money has nothing to do with being compensated for damages, pain, and suffering caused by another's negligence. Stop trying to make the victim the bad guy, you know you are wrong so now you have change the subject and excuse the state's negligence. And don't worry about my house burning down the DPW was here earlier and cleared the hydrant in front of my house, I guess getting bitch slapped by me once to the tune of $700,000 was enough to get them off their asses.
jRemember this, you bitch slapped nobody, your family member did. Personnelly I think your full of crap, your just living off of Social Security, and your not happy with the amount you are getting.
community service

Massena, NY

#65 Jan 2, 2013
nobody cares wrote:
<quoted text>I guess getting bitch slapped by you pissed them off, it took 6 days to get there. What am I wrong about? I look when I cross the street. So what you are saying is your reported it for three months, because it was unsafe, but you failed to notify your family of an unsafe situation, therefore you allowed your family member to be hit. You can try to justify this all you want, but the true of the matter is you are living off of the NYS Taxpayers. Bottom line. Nobody had to sue, you and your family choose to. What you did was make a bad situation worse. Your the type of person who, when seeing a car go through a stop sign, doesn't put on your brakes to avoid the collision, so you can get a new car. Did they run the stop sign, yes, could you have prevented it, yes. If your house did burn you would have to prove the reason it burnt, was the villages fault, not that you had faulty wiring put in, or you left something on the stove and fell asleep. YOU ARE LIVING ON THE TAXPAYERS DOLLARS, QUITE BITCHING ABOUT OTHERS DOING THE SAME THING.
You are wrong about thinking everyone else should do the DPW's job. You are wrong about me living off the taxpayers. You are wrong about blaming the victim instead of the real culprit. You are wrong about being compensated for damages, pain, and suffering being the same as blood money. You are wrong about me posting on the ogdensburg forum. You are wrong about Massena not having a sidewalk plow. You are wrong about Massena not paying $95,000 for the new sidewalk plow. And you are wrong about a whole host of other things. I never said I reported it for 3 months, reading comprehension, I said it had been reported to the state 3 months before the person was hit, you are wrong again. I never said I was living off of that money, I live of my earnings from my job, you are wrong again. My family members quality of life was ruined and it caused them to have an early demise, if this happened to your family member you would sue too and try to say you wouldn't because you would be lying, you are wrong again. I didn't make any situation worse, you are wrong again. I couldn't have prevented anything neither I nor my family member new the sign was not working, you are wrong again. If my house burnt down all I would have to prove is that the DPW was negligent by not doing their job in a timely fashion and that negligence caused my house to be a total loss instead of just a minor fire with minor damages, you are wrong again. Is there anything you are not wrong about.
community service

Massena, NY

#66 Jan 2, 2013
nobody cares wrote:
<quoted text>jRemember this, you bitch slapped nobody, your family member did. Personnelly I think your full of crap, your just living off of Social Security, and your not happy with the amount you are getting.
It was me that bitch slapped them because I had to become my family member's guardian because they could no longer take care of themselves because of the negligence of the state. It was me who sued on my family memeber's behalf, you are wrong again. I am not living off of social security, I am no where near old enough, you are wrong again. It must really suck to be wrong all the time.
Sooo

Bath, NY

#67 Jan 2, 2013
Did it ever occur to you that the person who goes by "nobody cares" likes to argue and pull strings.
nobody cares

Ogdensburg, NY

#68 Jan 2, 2013
community service wrote:
<quoted text>You are wrong about thinking everyone else should do the DPW's job. You are wrong about me living off the taxpayers. You are wrong about blaming the victim instead of the real culprit. You are wrong about being compensated for damages, pain, and suffering being the same as blood money. You are wrong about me posting on the ogdensburg forum. You are wrong about Massena not having a sidewalk plow. You are wrong about Massena not paying $95,000 for the new sidewalk plow. And you are wrong about a whole host of other things. I never said I reported it for 3 months, reading comprehension, I said it had been reported to the state 3 months before the person was hit, you are wrong again. I never said I was living off of that money, I live of my earnings from my job, you are wrong again. My family members quality of life was ruined and it caused them to have an early demise, if this happened to your family member you would sue too and try to say you wouldn't because you would be lying, you are wrong again. I didn't make any situation worse, you are wrong again. I couldn't have prevented anything neither I nor my family member new the sign was not working, you are wrong again. If my house burnt down all I would have to prove is that the DPW was negligent by not doing their job in a timely fashion and that negligence caused my house to be a total loss instead of just a minor fire with minor damages, you are wrong again. Is there anything you are not wrong about.
Man, you can justify anything can't you? If you feel good about leaching off of all of the taxpayers of this state, then so be it. Have it your way. But I do know if I saw you coming and knew it was you, I would run the other way, for fear of being sued. Enjoy your leaching life. And yes I do hope your house burns, and I hope your in it, then there would be one less bitch in the world. I am done talking to a leach.
community service

Massena, NY

#69 Jan 2, 2013
Sooo wrote:
Did it ever occur to you that the person who goes by "nobody cares" likes to argue and pull strings.
What occured to me is that he is an idiot that not only can't read but can't comprehend anything either.
community service

Massena, NY

#70 Jan 2, 2013
nobody cares wrote:
<quoted text>Man, you can justify anything can't you? If you feel good about leaching off of all of the taxpayers of this state, then so be it. Have it your way. But I do know if I saw you coming and knew it was you, I would run the other way, for fear of being sued. Enjoy your leaching life. And yes I do hope your house burns, and I hope your in it, then there would be one less bitch in the world. I am done talking to a leach.
I didn't leach off anyone, my family member was compensated for the damages, pain and suffering inflicted upon him by the gross negligence of the state. His quality of life was ruined and he had an early demise because of it and you call that leeching. You are an idiot. As long as you are not grossly negligent in your actions then you have no reason to worry about me suing you for anything. And only a psycho wishes anyone to die in a fire and considering the recent events in newtown connecticut, you need to be watched and watched very carefully. It's not my fault that you're just a joke.
Still on my High Horse

Rochester, NY

#71 Jan 2, 2013
nobody cares wrote:
<quoted text>M If you feel good about leaching off of all of the taxpayers of this state, then so be it. Enjoy your leaching life. And yes I do hope your house burns, and I hope your in it, t. I am done talking to a leach.
Don't know the difference between leach and leech, do ya?
Fire

Massena, NY

#72 Jan 2, 2013
All the hydrants I saw today were clear of snow with markers. Next subject please.
nobody cares

Ogdensburg, NY

#73 Jan 2, 2013
Still on my High Horse wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't know the difference between leach and leech, do ya?
Really, do you think that this is something I actually care about? Wrong. I was going to say nobody cares, but I guess that you do. Oh well. Nah I am going to SAY it anyways, even if you do care, NOBODY ELSE CARES.
unknown

Cortland, NY

#74 Jan 3, 2013
Okay now wrote:
How about this. If you go on your walks daily and such, even in this crazy snow, and you know for a fact that there is a hydrant under the snow that the idiots plowed; simply see if you can unmask at least some of the snow to where the top of the hydrant is showing. If you cant do it or dont want to then dont. No one is forcing you to do it and no one is holding a gun to your head telling you to do it.
End of story. Shut up.
http://www.mpcourier.com/article/20130103/DCO...
xxx

United States

#75 Jan 3, 2013
Frank Richardson will plow them out. Or just plow them over like the one at Dixie Lee lol
nobody cares

Ogdensburg, NY

#76 Jan 3, 2013
community service wrote:
<quoted text>Here in Massena we teach kids to do the job you have already been paid to do. Who said the person hit knew the crosswalk sign was broken for 3 months, I never said that, again reading comprehension. If my house burns down due to the DPW negligence of not doing the job they have already been paid to do then yes I will have every right to sue for damages, pain, and suffering. It's not my responsibility to do anything about it, we have already paid the DPW to take care of those things for us, just like we have already paid the state to maintain their equipment in a timely fashion when it has been reported to them that it is not working. The crosswalk sign is there to communicate to them when it is safe to cross the state's negligence caused the accident, not my family member, stop trying to excuse the state's negligence and put the blame where it doesn't belong. And I won't be clearing my hydrant I have already paid to have that done for me through my taxes. Blood money has nothing to do with being compensated for damages, pain, and suffering caused by another's negligence. Stop trying to make the victim the bad guy, you know you are wrong so now you have change the subject and excuse the state's negligence. And don't worry about my house burning down the DPW was here earlier and cleared the hydrant in front of my house, I guess getting bitch slapped by me once to the tune of $700,000 was enough to get them off their asses.
The ordinance also requires citizens to dig out the snow around any fire hydrants on their property. It notes that all snow and ice accumulation “higher than a point four inches below the bottom of the lowest outlet on any fire hydrant and within a radius of three feet from the center of such hydrant shall be removed by the owner and occupant of the premises adjoining the hydrant.”
nobody cares

Ogdensburg, NY

#77 Jan 3, 2013
unknown wrote:
Thank you.
Unknown

Bronx, NY

#78 Jan 3, 2013
nobody cares wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you.
Your Welcome!
nobody cares touched me

United States

#79 Jan 3, 2013
Are you the fire hydrant stalker Mr no body cares or are you just a hold molester after those young kids
know the family

Massena, NY

#81 Jan 3, 2013
Bobby wrote:
Don't you get it. Community Service is a big bag of wind. I have lived in Massena all my life and there has never been a peron hit at a cross walk in the last 10 or 20 yrs.
Happened in 1998 on rt.37, Snyder and Snyder was the law firm used to sue the state. I know the person hit and their family. It's you that is a big bag of wind.
nobody cares

Ogdensburg, NY

#82 Jan 3, 2013
know the family wrote:
<quoted text>Happened in 1998 on rt.37, Snyder and Snyder was the law firm used to sue the state. I know the person hit and their family. It's you that is a big bag of wind.
The funny part is that "know the family" is also from Carthage, the same as Community service. Yeah they are the same person. How about that, people in carthage, worried about the hydrants in Massena. One worries about the hydrants, the other backs them up.

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