THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
The Massena Town Council is discussing code changes that would address crypto currency mining. Blockchain Industries, a cryptocurrency mining firm, approached the board last month and asked if they could buy land in the town to build a cryptocurrency mine. The new business could provide a possible jobs locally. In nearby Plattsburgh, city officials have put a temporary ban on cryptocurrency mining following complaints that miners are using up too much low-cost electricity running high-powered computers. Plattsburgh put an 18-month moratorium on cryptocurrency mining.
Do you want to see cryptocurrency mining businesses in St. Lawrence County?
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
Students at Canton, Norwood-Norwood and Brasher Falls school districts plan honor those killed in the massacre at the Parkland high school earlier this year through walk outs March 14. ‘The general consensus is that schools should preserve and protect students rights to free speech and peaceful assembly, while maintaining decorum and keeping everyone safe,’ said Rebekah Grim, manager of communications and print services at St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES.
Do you support student walk outs related to the massacre?
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