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Mayor Herzig Gives

First ‘State Of City’

Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzig
Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzig calls for better housing, more jobs and infrastructure repair in his first State of the City speech, delivered this evening in Common Council chambers.  (Click on image for full size.)  Listening, at left, from foreground, are Council members Joseph Ficano, John Rafter, Russ Southard and Dana Levinson; City Clerk Nancy Powell, Acting City Manager Meg Hungerford, who reviewed the year just past, and Council members Michelle Osterhoudt, David Rissberger, Melissa Nicosia and Paul van der Sommen.  (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.)


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