March 13 – March 19 – Oswego County Today

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Chart from the Oswego County weekly summary today by Fred Reed.

OSWEGO COUNTY – Oswego County Today features top stories from the past week.

Fulton Town News:

  • Fulton City Council met on Tuesday, March 15, when it invited city residents to speak at seven separate public hearings and then voted on proposed changes, including amendments offered at various costs related to contract work and construction in the city. Full story here.
  • On Wednesday, March 16, the Fulton Police Department responded to a report of a stabbing at 301 Erie St. Upon arrival, officers spoke to the victim who said a suspect cut her leg with a knife earlier in the morning while at 501 Seneca St. Full story here.

News from the City of Oswego:

  • Mayor Billy Barlow and the Oswego Common Council recognized city officials and staff from the Oswego Police Department, Oswego Fire Department, Department of Public Works and Code Enforcement Office. ‘Oswego at their meeting on Monday, March 14. Full article here.
  • On March 17, 2022, Jeff R. Wallace, 69, of Oswego, New York, was charged with one count of endangering the welfare of a child, a Class A misdemeanor. Oswego City Police Department. Full story here.
  • Mayor Billy Barlow today announced the proposal for a new social district in downtown Oswego allowing the possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages outdoors within an identified district area. Full story here.
  • Oswego firefighters were busy Friday morning March 18 battling two building fires, one on Miner Road in Scriba and the other on West Third Street in the town of Oswego. Full story here.

Oswego County News:

  • Though Ukraine is half a world away from the quiet streets and back roads of the Sandy Creek Central School District, students, teachers and community members answered the call for much-needed supplies for the war-torn Eastern European nation. Full story here.
  • A heated debate over taxpayer-funded airport upgrades was a key discussion at a county legislative meeting on Wednesday, March 16. Full article here.
  • A couple were arrested on Wednesday March 16, following a lengthy investigation into the death of a 17-year-old with cerebral palsy last year. Full story here.
  • The Oswego County Health Department will be holding its first Rabies Clinic of 2022 from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 30 at the Oswego County Highway Garage at 31 Schaad Dr., Scriba. Full story here.
  • The H. Lee White Maritime Museum and other waterfront organizations are gearing up to host the Lake Ontario Waterfront Festival on Saturday and Sunday, May 21 and 22. Full article here.

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