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October 16, 2018



Call-N-Ride Keeps Oswego County Residents Moving

Lynne Boyce of Oswego County Opportunities’ Transportation Services (left) and Laura Smith of the Oswego County Visually Impaired program (right), congratulate Ruth Kitney on celebrating her 100th birthday. Ruth is a regular rider of OCO Transportation, and frequently uses the Call-N-Ride service. For her 100th birthday OCO Transportation Services presented her with 100 bus tokens.

Oswego County Opportunities’  Call-N-Ride provides an invaluable transportation service to Oswego County residents.  One of OCO’s Public Transportation Services, Call-N-Ride offers curb-to-curb, low-cost bus service for elderly and special needs individuals within Oswego County.

Residents At St. Luke Apartments Are ‘OK’

Residents At St. Luke Apartments Are ‘OK’

An initiative of the American Red Cross, the I’m OK program is a neighbor-to-neighbor program where Red Cross trained volunteer residents check the apartments of participating residents each morning, seven days a week, to ensure that in the event of something happening to a resident, they will receive attention in a timely manner.

Holiday Cards For Sunrise Residents

Holiday Cards For Sunrise Residents

A group of fourth through sixth grade Frederick Leighton Elementary School students  created cards for residents of the Sunrise Nursing Home. They personally delivered the holiday greetings.

Residents Share Ideas, Concerns With City Officials

About a dozen Port City residents took part in Thursday's town hall meeting. A variety of topics and concerns were discussed.

About a dozen people turned out Thursday night for a town hall meeting with city officials. Topics ranged from the city’s plans to purchase the International Marina to the behavior of college students (and others) to snow removal. The meeting was productive, one councilor said. Things are headed in the right direction, she said. But change doesn’t happen overnight, she added.

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