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  • County Official: Efforts Were Made to Retain Giovanni Food Co.

    Giovanni Food Co. recently relocated from its longtime Oswego city location to an out-of-county site, taking with it 40 jobs.However, Oswego County’s economic development leader said all efforts were made to encourage the food processor from re... Read More

  • Company GM: Relocation Out of Oswego an 'Emotional' Decision

    While it may have been strictly a business decision, Giovanni Food Co.’s move out of Oswego County after 71 years was a difficult and emotional move for the family run enterprise to make.The food processor recently relocated to Liverpool after ... Read More

  • '40 Under 40' Gain Special Recognition for Contributions to County

    The best and brightest from Oswego County’s young talent pool were given special recognition this morning. The 2006-2007 “Forty Under 40” recognition breakfast—billed as the “Breakfast Tribute to Our Community’s Ne... Read More

  • Giovanni Food Co. Relocates to Liverpool Area

    Giovanni Food Co., Inc. has relocated to a state-of-the-art facility in Liverpool after 71 years of operation in Oswego, according to Louis J. DeMent, general manager.The manufacturer of tomato-based products purchased the former Rotundo Warehousing ... Read More

  • Senate Confirms Port of Oswego Authority Nominations

    The State Senate has confirmed two positions with the Oswego Port Authority during a special legislative session today, according to Senator Jim Wright (R,C,I-Watertown).Gov. George Pataki's nominations that received Senate confirmation are David Bu... Read More

  • Fulton Native, Hospital Head: Denounce Downsizing Measure

    Editor’s note: The following is a letter by Fulton native Debra Hamer Rogers to New York state legislators in response to the New York State Commission on Health Care Facilities in the 21st Century’s recommendation to downsize A.L. Lee Me... Read More

  • Lee Memorial Supporters in Fulton Battle Against Downsizing Measures

    Representatives of A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital in Fulton are delivering their "Save Lee Memorial" campaign postcards today in Albany.The New York State Commission on Health Care Facilities in the 21st Century has recommended that the hospita... Read More

  • Lee Memorial ER Director Lashes Out at Commission in Letter

    Editor’s note: This is an open letter to New York State Gov. George Pataki, governor-elect Eliot Spitzer, the Berger Commission, the New York State, Oswego County and Onondaga County bar associations, and the Oswego County Legislature from Dr. ... Read More

  • Barclay Calls for Vote on Controversial Berger Commission Recommendations

    Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I-Pulaski) today called for  Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver to bring the recommendations set forth in the recently released report by Commission on Health Care Facilities—also known as the Berger Commission&m... Read More

  • SBA Hosts Live Web Chat on Tax Planning for Small Business Owners

    Thomas P. Ochsenschlager, vice president of Taxation for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, will host the Small Business Association’s December Web chat on  “Year-End Tax Planning for Small Business Owners.&rdqu... Read More

  • Lee Memorial ER faced with shutdown following commission report

    The emergency department at A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital in Fulton is on life support.If the governor and legislature approve recommendations prescribed by the New York State Commission on Health Care Facilities in the 21st Century, A.L. Lee Memorial H... Read More

  • Lee Memorial to Fight Commission Report Fate

    Executive Director Dennis Casey isn't shy when it comes to opining about the state's Berger Commission on Healthcare Facilities in the 21st Century. “I don't think Lee Memorial was characterized accurately,” Casey said of the hospital... Read More

  • 40 People Under 40 Years of Age to Be Recognized in Special Breakfast

    The owner of a flower shop in Pulaski, a physician from Oswego, two bankers, an attorney and a public relations professional will be some of the 40 people in Oswego County to receive the 2006/07 Forty Under 40 award.More than 200 people are expected ... Read More

  • Empire, Power Federal Credit Unions Closer to Merging

    Empire Federal Credit Union and Power Federal Credit Union are nudging closer to merging.The National Credit Union Administration, Federal Trade Commission, and 85 percent of the voting members of Empire Federal Credit Union have all given their appr... Read More

  • Improving Office Efficiency Focus of Workshop

    The Manufacturers Association of Central New York, in collaboration with the Central New York Technology Development Organization, is offering “Lean 101-Office,” from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 8 at CNYTDO, Sam Williams Business Center, ... Read More

  • Keep in Tune With the Times by Bell Ringing for Salvation Army

    The bells will soon be ringing at local grocery stores, department stores and malls.Yes, that familiar jingle of The Salvation Army bell will be summoning people to remember those facing hardship during the holiday season. “However, the bells w... Read More

  • Oswego Hospital Unveils its New Maternity Center/ICU to Public

    The community got its first peek at the Oswego Hospital’s new maternity center and intensive care unit Saturday during an open house that offered public tours of the clinical centers. Among those making remarks during a brief ceremony was IC... Read More

  • County Administrator to Step Down From Post at End of December

    The chief administrative position in Oswego County government is up for grabs.Stephen Lyman is stepping down from his county administrator’s post at the end of December.Oswego County is seeking a new administrator to oversee the daily operation... Read More

  • Promotional Campaign by Chirello Wins Honors

    Materials produced by advertising specialist Steve Chirello for client Operation Oswego County (OOC) earned awards of ‘excellent’ at the 2006 Northeastern Economic Developers Association (NEDA) literature and promotions award competition.... Read More

  • NRC Decision This Week Buoys County's Position to Develop New Nukes

    The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s decision to grant Nine Mile Point Nuclear Power Station, LLC, renewed operating licenses does more than just secure 900 jobs.It bodes well for the construction of new nuclear power generating facilities ... Read More

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 148

Issue 148
February/March 2017

Cover Story

Profiles

Carla Deshaw

Success Stories

C & S Companies

Success Stories

C&S Involved in High Profile Projects in CNY

My Turn

Trump Pulls Off the Unthinkable

Economic Trends

Manufacturing, Energy Lead to Promising Economic Outlook in 2017

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