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View From The Assembly: Legislative Session review

By state Assemblyman Will Barclay

The Legislative Session has come to a close for the year. 

There were many good measures that passed and many more, however, that did not come to floor for a vote.

Here are a few noteworthy items that passed that I was pleased about. This list is not comprehensive and I will be sharing more about other measures which passed throughout the coming weeks but I wanted to share with you some highlights. Continue reading

A ‘blue ribbon’ day at the fair

Michaud Residential Health Services resident Grace Smith (pictured) made a visit to this year’s Oswego County Fair in Sandy Creek and found out her “Fabric Yo Yo’s Table Runner” entry was a first prize “Blue Ribbon” winner in the juried domestic arts category. The hand-made table runner took Smith six months of sewing to complete. Residents at Michaud, St. Luke, Bishop’s Commons and St. Francis Commons submitted nearly two dozen entries in a variety of juried categories at this year’s County Fair.
Michaud Residential Health Services resident Grace Smith (pictured) made a visit to this year’s Oswego County Fair in Sandy Creek and found out her “Fabric Yo Yo’s Table Runner” entry was a first prize “Blue Ribbon” winner in the juried domestic arts category. The hand-made table runner took Smith six months of sewing to complete. Residents at Michaud, St. Luke, Bishop’s Commons and St. Francis Commons submitted nearly two dozen entries in a variety of juried categories at this year’s County Fair.

Residents from Michaud Residential Health Services, Bishop’s Commons and St. Luke Health Services made the trip to this year’s Oswego County Fair in Sandy Creek and came away with a number of blue ribbons. Continue reading

OCO welcomes new employees

Pictured above are new employees of OCO who have recently completed the agency’s orientation program. Seated from left are: Inga Back and Jinnet Rivera (Health and Nutrition Services), and Carol Ireland (Crisis & Development). Standing from left are: Rosemary Squires and Tina Hover (Health and Nutrition Services), Jessica Roper (Residential Services), Mandy Coant and Jamie Drake (Crisis & Development).
Pictured above are new employees of OCO who have recently completed the agency’s orientation program. Seated from left are: Inga Back and Jinnet Rivera (Health and Nutrition Services), and Carol Ireland (Crisis & Development). Standing from left are: Rosemary Squires and Tina Hover (Health and Nutrition Services), Jessica Roper (Residential Services), Mandy Coant and Jamie Drake (Crisis & Development).

Oswego County Opportunities, one of the top 10 largest private employers in Oswego County, has welcomed eight new members to the agency’s staff.   Continue reading

Fulton GOP endorses Salvatore Lanza for family court

The City of Fulton Republican Committee endorsing Salvatore Lanza For Oswego County Family Court Judge. Pictured in the photo from Left ro Right Fulton City GOP Vice Chairman Mark Sherman, Judicial Candidate Salvatore Lanza, and Fulton City GOP Mark Aldasch Sr.
The City of Fulton Republican Committee endorsing Salvatore Lanza For Oswego County Family Court Judge. Pictured in the photo from Left ro Right Fulton City GOP Vice Chairman Mark Sherman, Judicial Candidate Salvatore Lanza, and Fulton City GOP Mark Aldasch Sr.

The city of Fulton Republican Committee on July 1 unanimously endorsed Republican candidate Salvatore Lanza for Oswego County Family Court Judge.  Continue reading