OSWEGO TOWN, NY – My name is Victoria Mullen. For the past decade, I’ve served as Oswego Town Supervisor and I’m seeking re-election this year.
I am very proud of how our community has grown and prospered during my 14 years on the town board. We have made needed improvements and upgrades to our town hall, highway garage, cemetery and our Courts, while maintaining a consistently low tax rate.
How have we managed to do this? First, I sought training from the state Comptroller’s Office in budgeting, public finance, capital planning and municipal booking matters. Then I used my training to write and receive several grants, which lowered costs for our taxpayers.
It’s this sound fiscal management – and our ability to provide water town wide – that has made our community more attractive to hundreds of new residents in the last decade. I’m proud that, under my administration, Oswego Town now has the second lowest town tax rate in the county.
I’ve also tried to make myself a better supervisor by seeking training in emergency management affairs from Oswego County. I oversaw the town’s emergency response during the ice storm of 2003. And after Hurricane Katrina, I was trained by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
I’m also currently secretary on the Oswego Town Volunteer Fire Department’s executive board and a member of the Town’s Historical Society. I’ve been employed by the Oswego City School District for 23 years – the last 14 in the technology department. I’m proud to serve as a union steward to CSEA Local 838.
Our town has much going for it.
We have an outstanding Volunteer Fire Department, a dedicated Town Board, and a revitalized Historical Society, a professional staff at town hall and a Highway Department that is second to none!
We’ve done some great things in the last decade. And I’d like to help continue making Oswego Town a wonderful place to live.
My husband, Charlie, and I have resided on the Johnson road for more than 30 years.
Supervisor, Town of Oswego