Moving Oswego County Forward

Two rounds of layoffs, deep cuts in many departmental budgets and a siphoning of the entire general fund surplus has transformed the county from the good to the bad to the ugly in a matter of three years. And the worst may not be over.
By Bruce Frassinelli

    Steve LymanWhen Oswego County Administrator Stephen P. Lyman was in Jefferson County, two major ice storms forced him to spend a lot of time in the Emergency Management nerve center. He vowed he would never do that again. Never say "never." About a mon... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 70

Issue 70
February/March 2004

Profiles

Donald Dodd

My First Job

Working at the Star and Knife Throw for $10 ad Day

On The Job

What Are Your Expectations For Your Organization or Business in 2004?

Success Stories

Weather-Track, Inc.

My Turn

Stereotypes: Common to All Professions

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

SUNY Oswego: More Expansion Planned

Economic Trends

2003: The Year of Business Turnaround