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September 23, 2018


City of Fulton

City of Fulton, Fire Department Reach Contract Agreement, Avoid Arbitration

On the brink of heading to arbitration, the city of Fulton and the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 3063 representing the Fulton Fire Department have reached a contract agreement after years of failed negotiations. After the previous contract expired at the end of 2014, city officials and union representatives failed to agree on the conditions of a new three-year contract. Yesterday, (June 15) both parties approved a contract that closely resembles the most recent contract between the city and the CSEA.

Fulton Asks For Public Input On Revised Downtown Revitalization Initiative Application

The Executive Director of the Fulton Community Development Agency, Joe Fiumara has announced the city of Fulton’s intent to submit for the second round of NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative funding. The DRI provides the opportunity for one municipality in each of the 10 regions across New York State to receive $10 million focused on revitalizing communities downtown areas.

A Deeper Look at Fulton Water, Sewer, Garbage Rate Increase

The Fulton Common Council unanimously approved the proposed increase in the city’s water, sewer, garbage, and base water rates and also unanimously approved the increase for treatment of leachate and septage hauler disposal rates. Mayor Ronald Woodward Sr. and Commissioner of Public Works Charles Smith Jr. presented the proposed rates as well as background information and numerous graphs before opening a public hearing.

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