When: Tuesday, April 13, 2021 6pm – 8pm EDT
Where: WebEx Meeting
The purpose of this meeting is to provide the public with general information about the proposed culvert replacement project on County Route 89 in the Town of Oswego. This meeting is being hosted by the Town of Oswego as part of their monthly Town Board meeting, and is open to the public. The format of the presentation will be a PowerPoint presentation.
This project is part of the Governor’s Lake Ontario REDI (Resiliency and Economic Development Initiative) to help minimize the effects of Lake Ontario’s seasonal high water events. The project is sponsored by the Oswego County Highway Department, who is the owner of the project.
In addition to inviting local residents and businesses to attend; please share this meeting appointment, at your discretion, with appropriate stakeholders such as local emergency services, and local school districts covering this area.
This is a WebEx meeting, and can be attended either by via computer, and/or call-in. The link to the online meeting, as well as call-in information, is posted at the end of this announcement.
Loren K. Gosselin, PE
Highway Design Supervisor
New York State Department of Transportation, Central New York Region
333 East Washington Street, Syracuse, NY 13202
(315) 428-3228 (office)
(315) 949-1370 (cell) | Loren.Gosselin@dot.ny.gov
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OSWEGO COUNTY – The Oswego County Health Department and SUNY Oswego have joined forces to offer another COVID-19 vaccination clinic. It will run from 2 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 25 at Laker Hall on the SUNY Oswego campus.
This clinic provides first dose appointments for the Moderna vaccine which requires two doses. Appointments for the second dose will be made when patients receive their first vaccine. Patients must be able to return to the same location for the second dose on Thursday, April 22.
Appointments are required for all COVID-19 vaccination clinics and can be made online at https://health.oswegocounty.com/ by clicking on the link for “Local Information About the COVID-19 Vaccination.”
A vaccination hotline is also available to help people make appointments by phone. It will be open from 10 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3 p.m. today, March 23. For assistance, call 315-349-3383.
The clinic is open to eligible residents who fall into the 1A or 1B public-facing essential worker group, have underlying health conditions or are age 50 or over. For details on eligibility, go to the New York State phased distribution guidelines at https://covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/phased-distribution-vaccine#phase-1a—phase-1b
Anyone with a comorbidity or underlying condition must provide a note of eligibility from their healthcare provider as proof of their condition. Essential workers must provide a workplace ID or paystub to prove their employment. Those aged 50 and over must provide proof of age. Those without proper documentation will be turned away.
Find more information about Moderna vaccine along with the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer vaccines by clicking on the “Fact Sheet” link for each vaccine at https://covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/.
Oswego County and Oswego County Opportunities, Inc. are partnering to offer free transportation to residents to go to COVID-19 test and vaccination sites. The service is available Monday through Saturday between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. Call 315-598-1514 to schedule a ride in advance.
Town of Oswego
Replacement of Thompson Road Bridge over Rice Creek
Project information Sheet
The Town of Oswego is pleased to announce that the replacement of the Thompson Road Bridge over Rice Creek has been successfully completed. A little over two years ago, following an inspection by the NYS Department of Transportation, the Town was notified that the bridge was “Red Flagged” and marked as needing repairs. Attempts to have the bridge remain open under limited traffic were unsuccessful as the bridge was deemed unsafe for travel. The Oswego Town Board took this matter very seriously and immediately began the long and arduous process of seeking repair or replacement. While investigating available options, the Town also made several attempts to secure outside funding for the project. The Town reviewed three alternative designs from BCA Engineering, opting for the most cost-effective long-term design. To many, this has been a long and drawn out project and quite the inconvenience to many. However, there were major hurdles that had to be met, not limited to the securing of needed permits, engineering approvals and other regulatory issues. In all, the project was completed under budget and without major increases in the Town’s tax rate in what many officials indicate was near record time for such a large and complicated project.
This project could not have been so successfully completed if not for the team work exhibited by all involved. The Town Board of Oswego was diligent and showed commitment to seeing the project through. BCA Architects & Engineers of Watertown provided excellent design and engineering work. Their efforts, insured that the bridge was an improvement over previous conditions and was completed within projected time frames and budget. The State University of New York at Oswego, especially Auxiliary Services, helped with right of way easements and other related issues. Slate Hill Constructors, Inc. of Warners, New York was awarded the construction contract in August 2020 after a competitive bid process. Besides being easy to work with and very cooperative and communitive in the process, they were able to handle some minor changes and adjustments encountered along the way. It is mainly due to their expertise, workmanship and dedication that the project was completed on time and within budget.
Finally, a special thank you to the residents of the Town of Oswego for their patience with the Town and for trusting in the Town Board to deliver as requested. The Town Board works for the of the people of the Town and sincerely appreciates the faith given by our community.
For further information please contact Richard Kaulfuss, Supervisor, Town of Oswego firstname.lastname@example.org or (315) 343-2424.
Please take notice that the annual election of the Oswego Town Fire District will take place on Tuesday December 8, 2020 between the hours of 6:00 PM and 9:00 PM at the Oswego Town Fire Station located on Co. Rte 20 Southwest Oswego for the purpose of electing one commissioner for a 5-year term commencing on January 1, 2021.
All duly registered voters of the Town of Oswego shall be eligible to vote. Candidates for district office shall file their names with the secretary of the Oswego Town Fire District at 640 Co. Rte. 20, Oswego, New York 13126 no later than November 21, 2020.
Oswego Town Fire District
The Oswego Town Hall has been cleaned and disinfected in keeping with Department of Health guidelines. The Town Hall is expected to be open during normal our business hours of Monday – Thursday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm effective Monday August 31, 2020. As individual departments have different operating hours and limited staffing, it is suggested residents call the Town at 315 343-2586 prior to any visit.
Oswego Town Hall has been closed due to COVID issues. A reopening date will be announced at a future date.