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September 21, 2018

Committee Approves Requests To Use Public Space


OSWEGO, NY – At its meeting Monday night, the Physical Services Committee OK’d the use of public space for a memorial service for Rosemary Nesbitt.

The flag at City Hall is at half-staff in memory of Rosemary Nesbitt.

The flag at City Hall is at half-staff in memory of Rosemary Nesbitt.

A public celebration of Rosemary’s life will be held Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. in Breitbeck Park.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the H. Lee White Marine Museum, West First Street Pier, Oswego; St. Mary’s Restoration Fund, 103 W. Seventh St., Oswego; or the United Way of Greater Oswego County, 1 S. First St., Fulton.

The 84-year-old Distinguished Teaching professor at SUNY Oswego and city historian, passed away on Sunday morning.

Other requests for use of public space were made by:

Daniel Enwright – the owner of a single-family dwelling at 106 E. Mohawk St. wants to construct a 9′ X 18′ open deck fronting on East Mohawk Street.

Kenneth Calkins – the owner of a commercial building (Parts Plus) at 341 W. First St. wants to place a 3′ X 2′ X 2.5′ A-frame sign between the curb and the sidewalk fronting on West First Street.

Thomas Flett – the owner of a commercial building (Port City Glass) at 195 E. First St. wants to place a 30″ X 30″ X 30″ A-frame sign between the curb and the sidewalk fronting on East First Street.

Classic banner currently across the street outside the Speedway.

Classic banner currently across the street outside the Speedway.

Steve Gioia of Oswego Speedway, wants to install a temporary 3′ X 30′ banner across East Albany Street, announcing “Classic Weekend” to be held Sept. 4-6.

Lawrence VonHoltz – the owner and occupant of a single-family dwelling at 20 Singleton St. wants to construct an 8′ X 14′ story addition over an existing storm sewer easement.

Also, Mike Smith, DPW commissioner, requested use of city property on behalf of the Oswego County Council on Alcoholism and Addictions.

The organization would like to use Washington Square Park for a “Fun Day in the Park” event to be held on Aug. 27.

The committee sent the requests to the full council for consideration.

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