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Law Enforcement Agencies Seek Public’s Help

The Oswego City Police Department, working in conjunction with the United States Border Patrol, New York State Police, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Police, and the Oswego County Sheriff’s Department, need your help!

Revisions To Solid Waste Law Will Stabilize Fees, Help With Recycling Efforts

Proposed changes to Oswego County’s Recycling and Solid Waste Law will ease the burden on the property owners and help increase the amount of materials that are recycled in Oswego County, Legislator Fred Beardsley, District 9, Central Square, chairman of the Legislature’s Infrastructure and Facilities Committee, said.

Engel Case Marks First Charge Under ‘Stephanie’s Law’ In Oswego County

Fulton police department’s arrest of a Fulton man accused of using a video camera to secretly record young women in his bathroom marks the first time that an Oswego County resident is being charged under Stephanie’s Law. Enacted in 2003, Stephanie’s Law is named for Long Island resident Stephanie Fuller, who was videotaped by her landlord through a camera he installed in a smoke detector. Though her landlord was convicted only of trespassing, the case spearheaded the law to make unlawful surveillance a felony.

Chirello Advertising Produces Life Planning Issues DVD Series For Onondaga County Bar Assn.

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Chirello Advertising recently completed a two-disk DVD series on elder law issues for the Onondaga County Bar Association (OCBA) entitled “Life Planning as You Age: A Legal Guide,” said Steve Chirello, owner. All presentations, which were originally delivered at the 6th Annual Elder Law Fair in Syracuse, were taped and edited at Notion Picture Studios, N. Syracuse.