Oswego Mayor Thomas Gillen lifted the travel advisory in the city of Oswego as of 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27.
People are advised to not park their cars in the street if off-street parking is available, as Department of Public Works crews still are plowing.
Alternate side parking restrictions remain in effect.
As of 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26, a travel advisory has been issued for the city of Oswego.
Mayor Thomas Gillen said the advisory is issued due to the heavy snow accumulation and white-out conditions.
The advisory means there should be no unnecessary travel on city streets. There also is no parking on city streets between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. Motorists are asked not to park on city streets, during non-parking ban hours, to assist Department of Public Works crews in snow removal.
The travel advisory is in effect until further notice, Gillen said.
The award ceremony set for today (Wednesday, Feb. 26) to commend the Fulton and Oswego police department for their success in AAA’s Community Traffic Safety Program has been canceled due to the weather.
The event was supposed to be at the police department in Fulton. AAA said it will be rescheduled for another date and time.
The Oswego County Legislature has now postponed its Human Services Committee meeting scheduled for 2 p.m. today, Wednesday, February 26 due to adverse weather conditions. The meeting has been re-scheduled to Tuesday, March 4 at 10 a.m.
The Oswego County Legislature postponed its Health Committee meeting today, Wednesday, February 26 due to adverse weather conditions. The meeting will be re-scheduled at another time.
Wednesday’s Alzheimer caregiver support group at The Manor at Seneca Hill in Oswego has been canceled due to the weather, said officials with the Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter.
The group meeting will not be rescheduled.
Submitted by Anna Clarke
The Fulton Bantam hockey team, sponsored by Comfort Windows and Doors and Fulton Savings Bank, fell Camillus #1 by a score of 6-3 in a recent game on the road.
Raider team captain Nolan Bonnie stunned the Cougars when he landed a shot from the blue line in the first seconds of play, Mike Smith assisting.
Camillus responded with three in a row to end the first period with a two-point cushion. The Cougars tallied two more goals before Fulton’s Evan Beckwith narrowed the gap by one, thanks to a passing play between Nick Dingman and Caleb Clarke.
The Cougars added another goal near the end of the third stanza. Beckwith scored the final goal for the Raiders after accepting a pass in front of the net from Bonnie.
Adam Bleiweiss stopped 17 shots for Fulton.
At the Section 3 Tournament Feb. 15, James Bailey, senior captain of the Fulton Red Raiders wrestling team at Bodley High School, was the recipient of the Central New York Wrestling Officials scholarship.
Next year he plans to major in communications at St. John Fisher College in Rochester.