Fair Haven

Short season an obstacle to businesses
By Chris Motola

    I t’s summer and Fair Haven is emerging from its seasonal slumber. A small, sleepy village with an off-season population of less than 1,000, Fair Haven has developed a reputation as a low-key but active summer hot spot. During the summer month... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 85

Issue 85
August/September 2006

Cover Story

Profiles

Peter Dietrich

My First Job

Fiercely Competing For $1.65 an Hour Job

On The Job

What, If Any, Changes Would You Make to Harborfest?

Success Stories

Red Planet Skate & Bike Park

My Turn

Should the Press Take Sides?

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

Economic Trends

Economic Development Highlights, Awards Mark OOC's Annual Meeting

Special Article

Communicating With the IRS

Last Page

Developing our Infrastructure and Recreational Opportunities