September 25 – October 1 – Oswego County Today

Oswego Today County Weekly Summary Chart by Fred Reed.

OSWEGO COUNTY – Oswego County Today features the top stories from the past week.

City of Fulton News:

  • Fulton has finalized its plan to repave Interstate Rt. 481 through the city from Pierce Drive north to Seneca Street with road preparation and repair through November and resurfacing in 2023, according to Fulton Mayor Deana Michaels. Full story here.
  • During the Fulton City School District Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, September 27, the board discussed an evaluation report for secondary education. Full story here.
  • On Thursday, September 29, friends, family and community members gathered in the Fulton Municipal Building courtroom to witness Judge David Hawthorne officially swear in five city officials. Full story here.

City of Oswego News:

  • The upcoming ‘History at Your Fingertips’ program features Oswego City Historian George R. DeMass, who will discuss the “Twenty-Nine Objects That Define the City of Oswego, NY.” The program begins at 7 pm on Wednesday, October 5, in the Riverview Room of the GS Steamers restaurant, at the Clarion Inn, 70 E. First St. Admission is free. Full story here.
  • The refurbishment of the Old City Hall building in Oswego, also known as the 1836 Market House Project, was under notable discussion during last night’s Common Council meeting on Monday, September 26. The full story here.
  • Mayor Billy Barlow announced Thursday, September 29, that the City of Oswego and Oswego Firefighters Association Local 126 have reached a new contractual agreement that will take effect January 1, 2023. Full story here.

Oswego County News:

  • Motorcycle enthusiasts gathered at the Richland Hotel in Richland, New York on Sunday, September 25, to remember teammate Michael Geer and raise funds for various charities dedicated to his memory. Full story here.
  • There are many risk factors that can lead to substance use disorder in youth. A healthy home environment and early prevention education by parents and role models can minimize many of these risk factors. With that in mind, Farnham Family Services offers a number of services that focus on families and parenting. Full story here.
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced the start of several hunting seasons in New York, including bear and deer bowhunting in the north and south and the start of small game hunting seasons throughout the state. Full story here.
  • The Oswego County Health Department announced that five Oswego County residents have been diagnosed with laboratory-confirmed influenza so far this season. Four of those diagnosed are children. Full story here.

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