Oswego County Business Magazine

Fulton Reclaims its Future
Instrumental in acquiring the state’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative are, front row from left, Steve Chirello, Chirello Advertising; Marie Mankiewicz, co-founder, Fulton Footpaths; Deana Michaels, City Planning Commission; Brittney Jerred, co-founder, Fulton Footpaths; and Karen Noyes, associate planner, Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning; back row from left, Joseph Fiumara, executive director, Fulton Community Development Agency; Heather McCoy of 315 Designs; and David Mankiewicz, senior vice president-research, policy and planning, CenterStateCEO.

Fulton Reclaims its Future

Community Development Agency leader Joe Fiumara says $10 million in Downtown Revitalization Initiative funding will help the city turn the corner By Lou Sorendo Q.: The city of Fulton is…

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Gun Shops Still Thriving in CNY
Firearms for sale at Buck-N-Bears Gun Shop on Route 104 in Mexico. Small gun shop owners usually carry an assortment of rifles, shotguns, pistols and ammunition, but say customer service sets them apart from larger competitors.

Gun Shops Still Thriving in CNY

Mom-and-pop gun shops have remained a fixture in Central New York despite competition from big-box gun retailers By Ken Sturtz It’s Saturday at Buck-N-Bears, a hole-in-the-wall gun shop on a…

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