Constellation Energy Nuclear Group’s Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station Unit 2 is back online and achieved 100 percent early this morning.
Station personnel completed necessary repairs and post-maintenance testing in order to return the unit to service.
The plant automatically shut down on Tuesday when a worker inadvertently contacted a vibration sensitive plant component.
By Debra J. Groom
Residents of Phoenix and Mexico go to the polls Tuesday March 18 for village elections.
The contests are not at all competitive this year as everyone is running unopposed.
Here is the rundown of the elections:
Incumbent trustees David Pendergast and Ryan Wood are running unopposed for their positions.
They are two-year terms. The position pays $2,688.26 a year.
Incumbent trustees James Hotchkiss and Susan Linerode are running unopposed for their positions.
The seats carry two-year terms and the trustees are paid $2,100 a year.
The polls in Phoenix and Mexico are open from noon to 9 p.m.
Hannibal and Central Square will have their village elections in June.
Effective immediately, Mayor Thomas W. Gillen issued a Travel Advisory in the City of Oswego due to heavy snow accumulations and white‐out conditions in our immediate area.
The “Travel Advisory” phrase means NO unnecessary travel on city streets, and NO parking on city streets between 1 and 6 a.m., which are the hours of the City’s alternate‐side
Motorists are asked not to park on city streets, during non‐parking ban hours, to assist the DPW crews in snow removal.
This Travel Advisory will remain in effect until further notice.
The City of Fulton has declared a SNOW EMERGENCY effective at 3 p.m. (March 12).
Snow and gusting winds along with a forecast of significant snowfall this evening have created very hazardous driving conditions. Motorists are advised against any unnecessary travel. Vehicles will be towed if they become stuck or if they present a hazard.
Public Works crews are aggressively working to clear streets. Due to the SNOW EMERGENCY, cars should not be parked on the roadway. This will assist Public Works crews in clearing the snowfall which began to accumulate earlier this afternoon.
Pedestrians should stay off the roadways if sidewalks become impassable as road surfaces are treacherous.
The following areas may be used by residents for SNOW EMERGENCY PARKING – those areas include Indian Point Landing (North First Street, off of Route 481 at the north city line)A and Bullhead Point (Route 3 West between the War Memorial and YMCA)
All state offices in Oswego County are closing at 2 p.m. Wednesday due to the weather.
Due to the severe weather conditions expected across Central New York, tonight’s scheduled community forum at West Genesee High School, “Our Kids, Our Schools… Our Future!,’’ has been CANCELED.
The event, coordinated by the Central New York School Boards Association and Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES and Oswego County BOCES, will not be rescheduled.
Even though the community forum has been canceled, CNYSBA is calling on its members to write, email or phone their state legislators over the next two weeks to continue to push for the full repeal of the Gap Elimination Adjustment.
This is the second time the program was canceled due to bad weather.
Lauren Cowden turned 1 year old on March 10.
She is the daughter of Christine and Jerry Cowden of Fulton. She is the granddaughter of Bruce and Connie Thorpe of Fulton and the late Marilyn and Gerald Cowden of Elbridge.
Haley Hunsinger will turn 16 on Friday, March 14.
She is the daughter of Mary Ann Lopedito of Fulton and granddaughter of Betty Hayle of Fulton.
Haley will celebrate with a big Sweet 16 party with family and friends.