Visitors to the Family Court courtroom at the Oswego County Public Safety Center are now greeted by the warm and bright colors of children’s drawings and paintings, thanks to a unique project initiated by Family Court Judge Kimberly Seager and the Youth Advocate Program of Oswego County.
Joan E. Seager, 74, of Washer Rd. (Hinmanville) Phoenix, died on Sunday August 8, 1936.
As longtime legislator Kimberly Seager prepares for her new position as Oswego County Family Court Judge, she is also preparing to step down from her seat on the Oswego County Legislature. Seager has to resign from the 10th District chair by Dec. 31.
Republican voters refused the advice of the party on Tuesday, voting for two candidates who did not get the party’s official backing.
Oswego County Court Judge Walter Hafner spoke to the Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club.
Spending nearly a million dollars now, the county is working to create a system to recover ferrous metals from the ash at the Energy Recovery Facility. The revenues from that system, coupled with state money, are expected to deliver a break-even point in less than two years and reduce the amount of metals going into the countyÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã‹Å“s landfill by approximately 2,000 tons each year.
Oswego County lawmakers have lent their support to Governor David PatersonÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s efforts to cut more than a billion dollars from the state budget. Local officials stressed last week, however, that any decisions must consider both sides of the coin.