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June 23, 2018

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Oswego

As someone who has benefited from CHIP, Ursula Rozum explains the importance of the program.

Area Residents Urge Katko To Oppose Cuts To CHIP

More than 20 local residents gathered in Franklin Square (West) Park today (May 24) to urge Congressman John Katko to vote against President Trump’s and Congressional Republicans’ plan to make draconian cuts to the Children’s Health Insurance Program in order to pay for the $1.5 trillion tax break for the wealthy, which was passed in December.

Leotta Park along East First Street in Oswego. The Peace Garden can be seen at left.

Rotary Club Aims To Enhance Leotta Park

The small park at the entrance to the city at East First and Utica street will be getting some sprucing up, thanks to the Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club. The Physical Services Committee gave a favorable recommendation to a request from the club for use of public space at Leotta Park in order to construct a pavilion and place four picnic tables. They will also do landscaping in the area.

Rally Held Opposing GOP Tax Plan

More than two dozen concerned citizens spent their lunch hour Friday (Dec. 8) holding an informational picket outside Oswego City Hall. The group sought to highlight the cons of the proposed GOP tax plan.
Some, armed with signs, went into City Hall to see if anyone was working in Congressman John Katko’s office. No one was working and the office was locked. Later, they patrolled the west side of West First Street to get their message out to pedestrians and motorists.

The Oswego County Health Department reported today (August 16) that Eastern equine encephalitis virus was found in three samples of bird-biting mosquitoes collected last week in Oswego County. EEE was detected for the second time this year near Toad Harbor Swamp in Constantia, where two mosquito samples tested positive, and for the first time this year in the Toad Harbor Swamp in West Monroe. Due to these findings, the Oswego County Health Department is taking the necessary steps to conduct aerial spraying of 10,000 acres in and around the Toad Harbor Swamp.

More EEE Found in Oswego County; Health Department Plans Aerial Spraying

The Oswego County Health Department reported today (August 16) that Eastern equine encephalitis virus was found in three samples of bird-biting mosquitoes collected last week in Oswego County. EEE was detected for the second time this year near Toad Harbor Swamp in Constantia, where two mosquito samples tested positive, and for the first time this year in the Toad Harbor Swamp in West Monroe. Due to these findings, the Oswego County Health Department is taking the necessary steps to conduct aerial spraying of 10,000 acres in and around the Toad Harbor Swamp.

A skunk wanders through a yard in search of food.

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.

Fulton Mayor Ron Woodward Sr. supports the county's plan. It would benefit the whole county, he said.

County Moves Ahead With Intermunicipal Sewer District Plan

Capital project #192 was established in 2009 for the purpose of advancing municipal sewer service from the city of Fulton into the town of Volney. The project was designed and approved – but never funded. Now, the county is proposing to construct “Section 2,” which would provide service along Route 176 and most of Howell Road. This would include the airport and the adjacent industrial park properties.

John R. Grala, center, of the Oswego Masons, meets with Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow, left, and Council Vice President John Gosek to discuss the upcoming fundraiser.

Masons’ Breakfast To Benefit Canal Play

On Sunday a pancake breakfast to support the Erie Canal Bicentennial Theater Play will be held at Lake City Lodge, 765 E. Seneca St. Serving will be from 8 a.m. until noon. The city approved the “Erie Canal Bicentennial Theater Play” to take place in Oswego on the canal. The Masons are major sponsors funding the performance along with Canal Corp, Pathfinder and the city of Oswego.

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