Brookfield Renewable announced that work will be starting along the Oswego River at Route 57 opposite the Sunoco Ethanol Plant and extending to Huhtamaki Manufacturing. The company will be removing vegetation and trees in order to maintain the structural integrity of what is known at the “berm” along the river. The berm is in place for flood mitigation and dam safety.
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“It’s really to become more customer service focused and engaged with the community. We want to reach not only our kids but the adults and senior citizens of our community as well. It is our goal to reduce the risk of fire, rescue, and medical events in our community by being involved, relevant, and engaged,” Chief Eiffe said.
Tops Markets, LLC today (August 31) announced that it has filed a Plan of Reorganization and a related Disclosure Statement with the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
Tops Markets today (August 30) provided an update on the progress it is making on its financial restructuring process. The West First Street, Fulton, store is one of the company’s targeted “underperforming stores.” The company today received court approval of its final agreement with the United Food and Commercial Workers Union.
As the start of the 2018-2019 school year rapidly approaches, Granby Elementary plans for the beginning of a new year with a new principal. Members of the Fulton Board of Education unanimously approved the appointment of Gina Salerno as Granby principal beginning September 1, 2018.
A new opportunity to discard of unused or expired medications is now available at the Fulton Police Department. The Oswego County Prevention Coalition, in working with a Rite Aid grant program, secured the box that is permanently housed at the police department for no charge.
State Police today (August 28) announce the arrest of Joseph R. Bell, 50, from 37 Spring St., Phoenix.Bell is accused of having sexual contact with a boy and girl less than the age of 13.
A long standing Fulton business is set to nearly triple its size with a building expansion. Menter Ambulance Services has bought or acquired several properties adjacent to the Fulton central headquarters location at 404 Ontario St. The building, currently 5,600 sq. ft., will nearly triple in size to accommodate staff and equipment having doubled since 2013.
After a tied vote in early July to determine the Fulton Board of Education president, the seven members of the board came to a decision at last week’s (August 14) regular meeting. Robbin Griffin was elected to the position of board president. Taking the oath of office, the meeting officially welcomed board members Fallon Cooper and Nicholas DeGelorm III who were newly elected to the board in May 2018 as well as re-elected board member Tim Crandell.
Here is a little trivia Q&A to get you up to speed on the Hunter Arms Homecoming event on August 24-25 at the John Wells Pratt House Museum.