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May 26, 2018

Oswego Daily News

Two-Car Accident Under Investigation In Hannibal

At about 11:47 a.m. today (May 25) members of the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office, Hannibal Fire Department, Oswego Town Fire Department and Menter Ambulance responded to State Route 104 in the town of Hannibal, south of Blythe Road, for a two-car collision.

As someone who has benefited from CHIP, Ursula Rozum explains the importance of the program.

Area Residents Urge Katko To Oppose Cuts To CHIP

More than 20 local residents gathered in Franklin Square (West) Park today (May 24) to urge Congressman John Katko to vote against President Trump’s and Congressional Republicans’ plan to make draconian cuts to the Children’s Health Insurance Program in order to pay for the $1.5 trillion tax break for the wealthy, which was passed in December.

Oswego Eyes Extension of Broadwell Agreement

Thomas Reynolds, assistant city attorney, received a request from The Broadwell Hospitality Group for an extension of the East Linear Park Transient Dockage agreement for an additional four years. In 2017, BHG was approved for management of the East Linear Park transient docking.

Oswego Downtown Improvement Fund

Port City Program Looks To Boost Downtown Businesses

The Administrative Services Committee gave a favorable recommendation Monday night to Mayor Billy Barlow’s request for council approval to execute a grant agreement with the state. “This is $600,000 we set aside to help small businesses downtown, Mayor Barlow said. He’ll host two informational sessions on Tuesday (May 22); one from 5 to 6 p.m. and the other from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Oswego Canal Commons Conference Room at 197 W. First St. The public is invited.

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