Mulcahey Recognized For Accomplishments On County Legislature

OSWEGO – The Oswego County Legislature honored Legislator Jacob Mulcahey during its monthly meeting in December.

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Legislator Jacob Mulcahey, left, with Chairman Kevin Gardner.

Legislature Chairman Kevin Gardner presented a plaque to Mulcahey and thanked him for his tenacity, positive attitude and dedication to his constituents over the last eight years.

Through four terms as legislator for District 15, Mulcahey has served on all seven Legislature committees.

He was recognized as one of Oswego County’s “40 Under 40” in 2013 and received the Tourism Ambassador Hall of Fame Award in 2015.

His accomplishments include the creation of the popular Oswego Paddlefest and Rock the Lock event that draws hundreds of participants from across the state every year.

He also helped establish the Base Camp Oswego County winter camping event that celebrates Oswego County’s pristine environment and abundant natural resources.

Mulcahey remains a steadfast champion of the Oswego County community, active in several organizations and co-owner of Pinnacle Builders USA.

A proud husband and father, he will enjoy more family time with his wife, Jennifer, and their young children.