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Mayor Addresses Business and Professional Women

OSWEGO, NY – January’s meeting of the Oswego Association of Business and Professional Women was honored to have Mayor Tom Gillen be the guest speaker.

Mayor Addresses Business and Professional Women

Mayor Addresses Business and Professional Women

He discussed many issues concerning community relations, handicap parking, and upcoming events in our great city.

One in particular, the Hillel’s Angels-a Jewish Motorcycle Club coming to visit and ride for five days bringing revenue to our area.

From left are: Beverly Clancy, County Legislator Amy Tresidder, Mayor Tom Gillen and Beth Clark.

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