The Tough Job of Managing Oswego County

As the top county official, Administrator Jack Tierney has to juggle all sorts of things at a time that the county is going through profound economic changes. See how he is doing it.
By Bruce Frassinelli

    "This Too Shall Pass." Oswego County Administrator Jack Tierney points to this framed saying hanging on the wall of his office at the county building and smiles knowingly. In a way, it's a daily cryptic reminder of the cataclysmic chang... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 44

Issue 44
October/November 1999

Profiles

Betty Vaught

On The Job

How much time do business people usually spend surfing the Internet?

Success Stories

Metal Transportation

My Turn

Small Manufacturers and Product Liability Law

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

Challenges, Opportunities

From the College

OSU Students Have Ready Support at Health Center

Economic Trends

Crysteel Celebrates 30ne

Small Business

Oswego County After Deregulation

Special Article

When Not to Borrow Money-and Why

Last Page

Off-season Business