UPDATE: The Oswego County Sheriff’s Office has identified the second victim of an assault/homicide case in West Monroe on September 10. The second victim of the assault is 59-year-old Michael Shane of 451 County Route 11, West Monroe. Oswego County Undersheriff Eugene Sullivan said Matthew R. LeBoeuf, 33, charged with mudering Robert Diffin, 42, and leaving a second victim in critical condition did know the victims. Deputies are investigating to determine the capacity of their relationship.
On Aug. 26 at 12:39 p.m., sheriff’s deputies charged David S. Hunneyman, 21, of 696 N. Main St., Apt. 3, Central Square, with Sexual Abuse, Third Degree and other charges.
The Oswego County Health Department reported that the eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus was found in two pools of mosquitoes collected during the week of July 15. One sample was collected at Toad Harbor/Big Bay Swamp in West Monroe and the second was taken from the northeast section of the Town of Palermo.
Now in its 16th year, the United Way Golf Classic provides community members with an opportunity to enjoy a fun day of golf while supporting their local United Way. Last year’s event hosted a field of 52 teams and according to United Way Resource Development Director, Lois Luber, early entries indicate that this year’s Golf Classic may even be more popular.
Members of the United Way’s annual Golf Tournament Committee are hard at work on plans for the 16th annual golf tournament. Scheduled for July 15, the United Way Golf Tournament will be held at the Greenview Country Club in West Monroe.
Clinics will be held May 4 at the Bristol Hill Solid Waste Facility, 3125 state Route 3, Volney; June 8 at the West Monroe Town Garage, 46 County Route 11, West Monroe; and July 13 at the County Highway Garage, 957 Centerville Road, Pulaski.
The Oswego County Health Department reported that the Eastern equine encephalitis virus was found in a pool of mosquitoes collected on Toad Harbor Road in West Monroe.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) recently announced that clean-up at the Fortino site in West Monroe is now complete. With an estimated 11.4 million waste tires, this was the largest tire dump site in New York.
The state’s largest tire dump is no longer in Oswego County.Ã‚Â State, county and local officials gathered at the Fortino Tire Yard today to announce that cleanup of the site is nearly 100 percent complete. It had been the largest tire dump in the Empire State.