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Oswego School District Announces New Polling Sites

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego City School District is divided into 10 election districts and each election district has one designated polling place.

At its meeting this week, the school board approved a resolution to modify the boundaries of the existing election districts, consolidating and restructuring its 10 election districts into four election districts in accordance with Education Law § 2604.

The board of education determined that it is not possible to designate schoolhouses as polling places in the election districts due to concerns for the safety of students in connection with members of the public entering schoolhouses to vote.

Now, the election districts on behalf of the Oswego City School District shall be modified as follows:

Election District No. 1
Location of polling place: Scriba Fire Station, 5618 State Route 104 East, Oswego
Boundaries: Ward 10

Election District No. 2
Location of polling place: St. Paul’s Church, 50 E. Mohawk St., Oswego
Boundaries: wards 2, 4 and 6

Election District No. 3
Location of polling place: Grace Elim Church, 340 W. First St., Oswego
Boundaries: wards 1, 3, 5 and 7

Election District No. 4
Location of polling place: Oswego Town Hall, 2320 County Route 7, Oswego
Boundaries: wards 8 and Ward 9 (Description by streets, alleys and highways, etc.)