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Operation Oswego County Cites Ron Woodward

At its annual meeting in June, Operation Oswego County presented the 2013 Martin Rose Economic Developer Merit Award to Ronald L. Woodward Sr. for his outstanding record of exhibiting leadership, support and cooperation in helping to further economic development efforts and improving the business climate and quality of life in the city of Fulton and in Oswego County.

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Operation Oswego County Cites Ron Woodward

Woodward was recognized for his dedicated service as mayor of the city of Fulton for more than eight years, Common Council alderman for 12 years and executive assistant to the mayor for four years, for his devotion and commitment to neighborhood restoration and revitalization, development of the Pathfinder Trail, Lake Neatahwanta restoration to expand tourism and recreational opportunities, Brownfield enhancement efforts and playing an integral role supporting business attraction, expansion and retention in the City of Fulton for more than 24 years.

Pictured from left are: Kevin LaMontagne, OOC board president; Woodward; and L. Michael Treadwell, OOC executive director.