Pathfinder Industries celebrates grand reopening

Pathfinder Industries celebrated its grand reopening with a ribbon cutting  Friday, Oct. 11.

A fire destroyed the building March 9, 2013. Now, seven months later, the machine manufacturer of sheet metal and machine parts is up and running in a new building.

Evelyn LiVoti, marketing and development manager for Operation Oswego County, said the county’s industrial development agency helped Pathfinder finance the project. The new building is located directly on the site of the one that was destroyed in the fire. at located at 117 N. Third St., Fulton.

Pictured, holding scissors, are co-owners Marcia Ives (left) and Maribeth Myers (right) surrounded by their employees.

Also pictured, to Myers’ right, are Louella LeClair, 25th district county legislator; Holly Carpenter, representative for Sen. Patty Ritchie; L. Michael Treadwell, executive director of Operation Oswego County; Terry Wilbur, 21st district county legislator; and Larry Macner, Fulton Common Council, Sixth Ward.

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