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I felt very comfortable handing the reins to him, I’ll tell you that, Theresa (Bosco) Himes said By Steve Yablonski The steady stream of vehicles in and out of the parking lot is the same. The name is the same; so are the storefront and all the products and staff. The service is still top-notch. And, that’s just how the new owner wants to keep things. Theresa Himes and Mike Ward Mike Ward owns a store in Chili, New York, and now expanded his enterprise with the addition of the eastside Oswego landmark. The intention is to leave everything the same, Ward explained. “It’s going to be the same folks that are here, Bosco’s name and Bosco’s tradition. It’s what attracted us to the store to begin with. So we don’t want to change anything. I’m not looking to make a big splash. This store has been so successful for decades. I can see, maybe down the road a few months, some little things, but nothing’s that’s going to disrupt the flow of things,” he said. “I am just kind of learning what the mix is here first. “I want to get to know the customers, what they like and