Mayor Barlow Outlines Port City’s Paving Schedule

OSWEGO – Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow is asking residents in the city of Oswego for their patience and understanding as road paving and construction will take place in many different areas of the city, starting on June 20 and lasting throughout the next month.

“We have an extremely aggressive paving schedule for the next month and I would like to make the residents aware of the road construction and ask for their patience, as we work through the neighborhoods and main roadways,” the mayor said. “We will do our best to notify our residents ahead of time, but please be aware of temporary ‘No Parking’ signs that may appear on side streets and consider alternate routes around the identified road work.”

Please be aware that ‘No Parking’ signs in your neighborhood and preparation of streets will take place prior to actual paving, he added.

“We are starting on west Tallman, Ellen and Murray streets on Monday the 20th and will be executing the schedule over the next few weeks,” he said.

                             Identified projects include:

-Hillside Avenue (NYS Route 104 to West Utica Street)
-Murray Street (Munn Street to Mark Fitzgibbons Drive)
-West Utica Street (Hillside Ave. to Liberty Street)
-West Fifth Street (NYS Route 104 to West Cayuga Street)
-Ellen Street (West First Street to West Seventh Street)
-Tallman Street (Murray Street to West Seventh Street)
-Fifth Avenue (NYS Route 104 to West Utica Street)
-East Utica Street (East First Street to East 10th Street)
-East 13th Street (Bridge Street to Utica Street)
-Sheldon Avenue (West Schuyler Street to the north)

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  1. Best thing any mayor’s done in a generation … and I’m not a Republican. Makes you wonder what Gillen was doing other than collecting a check.

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