OSWEGO – The Oswego County Legislature’s Economic Development and Planning Committee presented a certificate to Paul Stewart in recognition of his work with the Oswego Renaissance Association.
In April 2013, the ORA was founded to promote the development, restoration, and preservation of Oswego’s neighborhoods.
To date, more than $2 million of private investment has been leveraged into these areas through programs such as the Renaissance Block Challenge, Neighborhood Pride and Paint Oswego grants.
As executive director of the ORA, Stewart is committed to building a community where people want to live, work, stay and play.
He is an inspirational example of drive and determination.
With his help, property owners have received guidance and support to make improvements to more than 400 properties, leading to a rejuvenation of neighborhoods and swell of community pride.
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