A skunk wanders through a yard in search of food.
Oswego Daily News

Port City Seeks To Curb Skunk Infestation

At Monday night’s meeting of the Administrative Services Committee, councilors recommended a budget transfer to address the city’s skunk nuisance. The animal control officer requested a transfer of $8,000 to cover the cost of nuisance wildlife trapping services in the city for the 2017 trapping season provided by O’Gorman’s Wildlife Removal.

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Heathe Jones makes a point about how events benefit the city. Looking on at left is Anne Backer who's planning the Mugs and Motors event for this summer.
Oswego Daily News

Committee Paves The Way To Continue ‘Mugs and Motors’

On Monday night, the Physical Services Committee gave a favorable recommendation to a business owner’s request for use of public space. However, just how much financial support the city should give this and other events was the topic of a lengthy debate. While some say the businesses should foot the bill for their events, others maintain that since the events benefit the city, the city should offer some support.

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Fulton Daily News

Fulton City 2015 Election Results

While the 2015 election seemed uneventful for Fulton voters, the results are in for the contested races in city council and legislature. Mayor Ronald Woodward Sr. ran uncontested as did three incumbent council seats in the first ward, fourth ward and sixth ward. However, the second ward, third ward and fifth ward saw one incumbent and five all new candidates running for their council seat.

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Oswego Daily News

Oswego Council Recognizes Marching Buccaneers

At its meeting Monday night, the Common Council saluted the Oswego High School Marching Buccaneers. Thousands of students and their parents have dedicated countless hours of to the marching band, Mayor Randy Bateman said. “On Saturday, Sept. 24, the Oswego High School Marching Band will celebrate their 33rd annual Pageant of Champions,” he added.

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