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September 23, 2018

Oswego County Traffic Safety Champions of 2015


OSWEGO – These are the people who keep us living a safer life in Oswego County.

From left are: Bob Lighthall, STOP DWI; Marg Beers, chair, Traffic Safety Board; Deputy Joe Taylor and Deputy Kristy Crast, Oswego County Sheriff's Office; Officer Brian McGuire, SUNY Police; Officer Thomas Papa, Fulton Police; Officer Zac Quinines, Oswego Police; Brandy Koproski, ICP; Greg Mills and Danielle Hayden, Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce; Trooper Aaron Eastwood, Trooper Chad Rodman, Trooper Bryan Leonard, NYSP; and Billie Crandall Brady, Traffic Safety Board coordinator.

From left are: Bob Lighthall, STOP DWI; Marg Beers, chair, Traffic Safety Board; Deputy Joe Taylor and Deputy Kristy Crast, Oswego County Sheriff’s Office; Officer Brian McGuire, SUNY Police; Officer Thomas Papa, Fulton Police; Officer Zac Quinines, Oswego Police; Brandy Koproski, Integrated Community Planning; Greg Mills and Danielle Hayden, Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce; Trooper Aaron Eastwood, Trooper Chad Rodman, Trooper Bryan Leonard, NYSP; and Billie Crandall Brady, Traffic Safety Board coordinator.

Integrated Community Planning

On October 22, the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee and the Oswego County Traffic Safety Board celebrated nine individuals and one agency who exemplify dedication to traffic safety.

The local Traffic Safety Board is comprised of all sectors, police, STOP DWI, fire, EMS, school, business and non-profit organizations.

The board is coordinated by Billie Crandall Brady, who provides free programming to schools and groups on traffic safety issues such as teen driver and passenger safety, child passenger safety and car seats, seatbelts, and bicycle and pedestrian safety.

The program is funded by grants from the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee.

Brady can be reached at 315 343-2344, ext 22.

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