City Formed After Merger of Two Villages, Oswego Falls and Fulton

Oswego Falls residents resented the new city's name being kept as Fulton
By Beth Motschenbacher

    Back in the days when a bottle of cola cost 5 cents and a tailor-made suit only $10, the villages that flanked the Oswego River, Oswego Falls and Fulton, were contemplating a union. In order to be declared a city, a population of 10,000 had to be met, and ... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 59

Issue 59
April/May 2002

Cover Story

Profiles

Paul Foster

My First Job

Learning The Ropes of Customer Service at Cine Fulton

On The Job

The Feds recently said that the recession is over. Do you agree with that?

Success Stories

Fulton Companies

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

Starting Up

mydigitaldiscount.com

Economic Trends

Advantages of the SBA 504 Loan Program

Special Article

How to Survive and Stay in Business in a Down Economy

Last Page

Oswego Still A Great Place