Getting Things Done in Albany

Unlike in the past when we had two people in Albany representing the area, we now have five. Does it help to have more voicing local concerns?
By Bruce Frassinelli

    State Sen. Jim Wright is the unofficial dean of the five-member delegation of legislators representing Oswego County. In 1992, that number was just two, but when the New York State Legislature reapportioned the state, Oswego County, which had the unique d... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 71

Issue 71
April/May 2004

Profiles

Daryl Hayden

My First Job

Cleaning the Green Lakes State Park Has its Advantages

On The Job

What Qualities Do You Most Value in Your Employees?

Success Stories

Oswego Health

My Turn

Do Journalists Represent Special Interests?

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

Economic Trends

Small Business Development Resources Available in Oswego County

Special Article

Current Tax Planning

Last Page

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