by Andrew Henderson Language that would require gun manufacturers to micro-stamp firearms was removed from the budget bill, according to Assemblyman Will Barclay. Micro-stamping places unnecessary and costly burdens on gun manufacturers and has not proven successful, said Barclay.
by Andrew Henderson Hannibal Free Library will have a proposition on the 2012 Hannibal Central School District Ballot. Outlined in New York State Education Law as a means of acquiring local funding support, the board of trustees of the Hannibal Free Library is asking voters to approve additional annual funding through the school district referendum.(…)
by Andrew Henderson The State of New York will be investing $2.1 million to upgrade and repair Fair Haven Beach State Park, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced this week. The upgrade will be funded through New York Works, which is designed to reinvent state economic development with a new strategy that will put New Yorkers back(…)
Oswego County BOCES, in partnership with many Oswego County agencies, will be hosting the eighth annual Regional Awareness Program for Young Drivers (RAP for Young Drivers) Wednesday, March 28. This free program is open to the public and will include presentations by many area agencies including the following: • The Oswego County chapter of Mothers(…)
by Carol Thompson A former Lewis County legislator has won a lawsuit challenging the county’s handling of a Freedom of Information Law request. State Supreme Court Justice Hugh A. Gilbert, in an eight-page decision filed, ruled the county should have provided Bruce R. Krug with information requested May 9, including a permit issued for a(…)
Oswego Industries has been awarded an AbilityOne contract to produce winter dress blue shirts for the United States Coast Guard. The contract, signed in February, is the result of the company’s efforts to grow the Textile Manufacturing division with new product production to increase the mission on training and employment of persons with disabilities, military(…)
by Carol Thompson Employees of the Oswego County E-911 department who were paid for regular time hours when working overtime are expected to receive compensation for the amount they were shorted. The legislature’s Finance and Personnel Committee voted Tuesday to transfer $56,460 from the contingency account to cover the cost of the additional payments owed(…)
by Carol Thompson A federal court judge has redrawn the lines for the state’s congressional districts and the leaders of Oswego County’s two major political parties are in agreement that the division of the county would not be good for the residents. “I strongly support Oswego County to be whole,” said county Republican Committee Chairman(…)