Batten Down the Hatches
Construction of the Midtown Plaza on the east side of Oswego: 75,000 square-foot mixed-use building being built by Rochester-based Home Leasing, LLC.

Batten Down the Hatches

Port City withstanding COVID-19 storm, focuses on ’21 progress By Lou Sorendo Like any business, the city of Oswego had to hunker down and battle to control finances in anticipation…

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City of Fulton Kick Starts DRI Projects
City of Fulton Mayor Deana Michaels is shown visiting a downtown business last spring to distribute a COVID-19 safety packet. 

City of Fulton Kick Starts DRI Projects

Beating back pandemic, city of Fulton intent of making progress happen in 2021 By Lou Sorendo Indeed 2020, is one for the record books. Deanna Michaels, in her first term…

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The Future is Now
Drone at NY-UAS (New York unmanned aircraft systems) test site at Griffiss International Airport in Rome. Photo provided.

The Future is Now

Drone industry soars to new heights in Central New York By Mary Beth Roach The unmanned aircraft industry in the region is primed for a big boost. Ken Stewart steps…

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Up in Arms
EZ Stak is a Kingston, Ontario, Canada-based company that recently completed a $6 million expansion project in Watertown, moving to a new 14,660-square-foot facility and adding production lines. EZ STAK is an industry leader and manufacturer of modular interior storage systems for work trucks, service bodies, vans, trailers, and law enforcement vehicles.

Up in Arms

Jefferson County looks to recover as usually prosperous tourism trade takes major hit due to COVID-19 By Lou Sorendo Jefferson County truly is the land of milk, honey and wine.…

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Oswego County’s Top Projects
Attis Industries completed acquisition of the corn ethanol and grain malting operation in Fulton from Sunoco, LP in 2019. The company’s aggressive desire to expand its innovative suite of green technologies into marketable products is a huge economic development opportunity in terms of developing the surrounding property and further highlighting the site.

Oswego County’s Top Projects

Many transformative projects taking place in 2020 look to bolster economic development in Oswego County; highlights of 2019 include city of Fulton receiving $10 million in state Downtown Revitalization Initiative…

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