The village of Pulaski won the title of “Best-Tasting Drinking Water in Oswego County” during the annual contest this summer. Members of the Legislature’s Health and Human Services Committee presented the award at a recent meeting of the County Legislature.
In the front row, from left, are Ronald Crandall, Deputy Supervisor, Town of Richland; Legislator Barbara Brown, District 8; Pulaski Mayor Ernest Wheeler; Natalie Roy, associate public health sanitarian; Pulaski water manager Gary Stevens, Legislator Margaret Kastler, District 1; County Public Health Director Dr. Dennis Norfleet; and committee chairman John Proud, District 7. Second row, from left, are legislators Daniel Chalifoux, District 19; Arthur Gearsbeck, District 6; Douglas Malone, District 20; Morris Sorbello, District 23; and Shawn Doyle, District 3.
Pulaski went on to win the Central New York regional competition and the village water was entered in the statewide competition at the New York State Fair.