There is a new look to the interior of the Charles E. Riley Elementary School, but in the months ahead the evolution will see a much improved building which will enhance the safety and security of its students.
The students of today showed off their Summer Scholars Program projects at the groundbreaking ceremony for the science, engineering, and innovation corridor building of the future on SUNY Oswego campus Friday.
Director of Code Enforcement Neal Smith said the city should tear down a west side building – before it falls down on its own. This building has been at risk for quite a while, even more so now; it was recently vandalized inside and heavily damaged, he explained.
Crews worked into the night and were able to successfully bring down the remaining portions of the vacant church. Early this morning, the debris was cleared from the roadway and State Route 104 was reopened to vehicular traffic.
Mercedes Niess, director of the H. Lee White Marine Museum, and Rich Bush (right), vice president of the Oswego Maritime Foundation, show their appreciation to Robert Raby of Raby’s ACE Home Center for its support of the Historic Maritime District’s 2008 Family Boat Building program.
Dr. Camerino gave a presentation of the B.O.C.E.S. proposed building project which will be up for vote by county residents on November 12th.
Many of the districts around us in Oswego County already have taken advantage of the EXCEL Aid funding. We are the only local district coming in with a 0% tax impact.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â DonÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢t shoot yourself in the foot; pass this project.
In addition to building-specific efforts, Hannibal Central School District’s proposed $26.9 million facilities improvement plan includes several items that are intended to provide district-wide benefits, according to school officials.
On Thursday, Aug. 14, Neal J. Smith, Director of Building & Safety Code Enforcement for the City of Oswego, discussed the building code with the Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club.
On May 23, Oswego Mayor Randolph F. Bateman was appointed to the State Fire Prevention and Building Code Council by Governor David Paterson.