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National Grid Transmission Line Project Under Way

Starting today (May 20), National Grid and their contractors will be undertaking an extensive maintenance project on their transmission lines. National Grid will be using helicopters, contractor line crews and associated heavy equipment during the length of this project.

OCO’s YES! Program To Expand Host Home Project

For more than 15 years Oswego County Opportunities’ Youth Emergency Services Program (YES!) has been providing support and encouragement to runaway and homeless youth in Oswego County. As the recipient of a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, OCO’s YES! Program is able to help even more youth in crisis.

Revote On Capital Project Comes With Board Guarantee: No Local Expense

The Hannibal Board of Education has announced its decision to put the district’s proposed capital project up for a second vote. The vote will be held from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Jan. 21, 2009 and comes with a guarantee from the Hannibal Board of Education that the project will be delivered with no local expense.

Voters Reject BOCES Project


The Oswego County BOCES referendum was defeated Wednesday, almost two to one by voters in the BOCES district. According to the BOCES Web site, 2,810 voters said “no” to the project over 1,543 voters who supported the plan.

Project Request Will Be On Ballot In Hannibal


As voters head to the polls Tuesday to cast a vote in the Presidential Election, the Hannibal Central School District will ask for voter support for the District’s $26.9 million proposed facilities improvement plan. The plan was developed by combining a 98 percent state reimbursement on capital projects with the district’s Expanding our Children’s Education and Learning (EXCEL) Aid to make up the district’s local share.

Oswego School Board Updated On BOCES Proposal

<p>Dr. Joseph Camerino, BOCES district superintendent, updates the Oswego school board on the upcoming vote on the BOCES capital project proposal.</p>

The proposed project includes renovation of approximately 196,000 existing square feet as well as adding approximately 70,000 square feet of new space. The new space essentially replaces several buildings that are no longer suitable for use, according to Dr. Joseph Camerino, BOCES district superintendent.

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