NYS Senator Patty Ritchie representing District 48 made a stop in Fulton to see the dredge that was purchased with partial funds secured through a grant from her office. “Eight years ago when I first got involved in Oswego County, this was one of the first projects I heard about,” Ritchie said. “It’s great to come here and see it happening, to see how far you’ve come in tackling the problem.” […]
Last week, five new hires and two newly promoted Lieutenants were sworn into their positions with the Fulton Fire Department at a ceremony led by the Honorable Judge David Hawthorne. Last week, five new hires and two newly promoted Lieutenants were sworn into their positions with the Fulton Fire Department at a ceremony led by the Honorable Judge David Hawthorne. The following day, Chief Eiffe and Assistant Chief Shane Laws met with NYS Senator Patty Ritchie to unveil the new fire engine that was purchased through funds Senator Ritchie made available for the department.
New York State Senator Patty Ritchie representing the 48th district had an eventful yet successful trip to Oswego County last week (May 19), focusing largely on the Fulton area. Ritchie hosted her annual Oswego County Job Fair at the Fulton Community Ice Arena where more than 50 businesses displayed their employment opportunities for potential employees. Ritchie then quickly made her way to CNY Arts Center on the Cayuga Community College campus to continue to bring help and change to the Fulton area at a roundtable meeting hosted by the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce.
State Senator Patty Ritchie honored 36 local veterans from the central and northern NY area at the annual “Veterans’ Hall of Fame” ceremony held this year at the Edick-Hamlink VFW Post 369 in Mexico on Thursday (May 12.) Of the 36 local heroes, Fulton Common Councilman representing the Sixth Ward, Lawrence Macner was one of many nominations ultimately chosen to receive the distinction of being inducted to the NYS Senate “Veterans Hall of Fame.” Macner was in good company alongside 12 other Oswego County nominees including Thomas R. Bradway, Clark B. Francis, Father Moritz Fuchs, Donald Mark Grant Sr., Edward F. Kelley Jr., Richard J. Kemmis, Theodore LeClair, Frank L. Manchester, Nicholas Wilson Mansfield, Harold “Hap” Petrie, Dr. Allen Rosenberg and Duane R. Smith.