The Division of Budget recently released its mid-year financial plan update which shows that the state is facing its largest budget gap since the recession in 2010. This time, however, the economy is not to blame. It is largely Medicaid that is causing the gap. […]
The Corps officers, Captain Heather Odom and Lieutenant Alberta Rakestraw, and members of the Advisory Board of the Oswego County Salvation Army offer their sincere thanks to several Oswego restaurateurs, members of Zonta and the Oswego Lions Club, and members of the public for their generous support of the Guest Chef Dinners of 2019. […]
Tobacco-Free CNY would like to thank Mayor William Barlow and the city of Oswego Common Council for showing your commitment to protect the health and well-being of the city of Oswego residents by passing the Keep Oswego Clean initiative.
Every so often, I will receive a phone call in my office from someone in our region looking to preserve a part of his or her community’s history. Whether it is a well-known historical figure, landmark or place of a historically important event, ensuring the future knows what makes our towns and villages so special, is important. […]
I traveled with a few neighbors from Pulaski to Oswego on November 14 to speak at the County Legislature meeting regarding the issue of rural transportation. After that experience, I have a couple of thoughts and a recommendation for our legislature. […]
Student loan debt and the high cost of living can make it difficult for many to achieve the dream of owning a home. To try to help, I have drafted and introduced legislation that would incentivize graduates of New York state colleges to purchase homes rehabilitated by local land banks. […]
All I’ve heard from city leaders is talk about how great the city of Fulton was and is.
How it is a great place to raise a family. How we have so many great things to offer people to visit and stay here in Fulton. […]