Bulletins & Notices
Is YOUR address number posted on your home or business where it can be clearly seen from the street?
ALL homeowners and businesses are required to have their assigned 9-1-1 address number posted on the structure where it can be seen clearly from the street.
If you have experienced any home or property damage from high lake levels, including damaged heating or plumbing systems in your basement, please call me at the Highway Garage. Federal officials are in the area doing a damage assessment. We would like to include this information in a report to determine if Federal assistance can be obtained for both residential and commercial properties. I can be reached at 315-343-0937.
David Sterio
Highway superintendent
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. That the Town Board of the Town of Oswego will hold a public information meeting at 6:00 p.m. on the 27th day of June, 2017, at the Oswego Town Hall, 2320 County Route 7, Oswego, New York to consider bond issues for the purchase of highway equipment. Resolutions 2017-52 and 2017-54 can be seen at townofoswego.com. Questions and answers will focus on the Town's equipment needs, financial status, and purchase options. A special election is scheduled for July 25, 12-8pm to vote on these resolutions.
All interested parties will be heard and questions answered.
Dated: June 20, 2017
2017 Tentative Budget
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Public Notice -Tax Levy Limit Override Local Law for 2017
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Permanent Restriction of Public Access to Onondaga County Private-Access Roadway Effective Monday, July 18, 2016
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Free mosquito kits are available at Town Hall
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