FULTON, NY – Fulton, New York, boasted itself as the “City With A Future.”
Nasty jokes were made about that.
The city has a great industrial past. Due to high taxes and, in my opinion, treasonous gifting of our industries and great minds to foreign countries our city had its potential stolen.
What Fulton lost in the demise of big industry and business it still maintains what many communities have lost: caring neighbors.
We’ve had almost 200 inches of snowfall this season.
The people on West Second Street South, between Broadway and Voorhees Street, worked together in plowing sidewalks and even driveways so that no one was stranded.
Our neighbors checked on each other as well.
The economy is bad; many people are in need of the basic things.
Our neighbors on West Second Street South in Fulton exemplify what the USA was meant to be.
Fulton, the City With A Future: People caring about each other.
Mary Ann Klemenz