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Governor Cuomo Announces 27 Properties Nominated To State, National Registers Of Historic Places

Today (Sept. 21), the Governor announced the nomination of 27 properties to the State and National Registers of Historic Places. Nominated in Oswego is the Fort Ontario Military Reservation. The nomination expands and replaces an earlier National Register listing to obtain a more accurate and inclusive boundary more reflective of the fort’s military history.

Governor’s People First Campaign Rolls Into Oswego

The state's Transportation Commissioner Joan McDonald delivers Gov. Cuomo's "People First" message to a crowd in Oswego City Hall on Thursday afternoon.

The governor feels very strongly that he was elected for three primary reasons, state Transportation Commissioner Joan McDonald said. They are get the economy up and running again, ethics reform and restoring the legacy of social reform. Passing an on-time state budget was a good start, she said.

Confident Cuomo Taking Nothing For Granted

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The gubernatorial candidate visited the Port City Thursday to rally the voters to get to the polls on Tuesday. “Tuesday comes down to you. You know who’s going to start change? The person in the mirror is going to start change; it starts with you,” he said.

Fulton Cooperates With State Pension Investigation

The city of Fulton has given the state Attorney General’s office the records requested as part of the office’s investigation into alleged pension padding.

“We’ve got everything we could get for him and we sent it to him,” said Fulton Mayor Ron Woodward, referring to Attorney General Andrew Cuomo this week.  “We haven’t heard any more.”

Attorney General Cuomo’s Office Brings Smart Seniors Program To Pulaski

A representative from Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s office will be speaking to the Springbrook Seniors on consumer fraud issues as a part of Cuomo’s statewide Smart Seniors Program. Juanita Perez Williams, Assistant Attorney General from Cuomo’s Syracuse Office, will inform participants how to best avoid consumer scams that frequently target seniors, such as sweepstakes, mail orders, and identity theft.

CNY Drug Bust Nets Alleged “Key Leader” From Oswego County

Attorney General says: Multi agency crackdown “Operation Blackjack” stops drug flow from New York City to Central NY; leads to 12 pounds of cocaine worth $500K, 4 guns, $26K cash, 1 pound of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, ammunition, 2 cars seized.  Oswego County man called  “key leader” in the ring.

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