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Herzig’s Charter Proposals

Appear To Mollify Council

Council Members Michelle Osterhaudt, Fourth Ward and Dave Rissberger, Third Ward, alongside Acting City Manager Meg Hungerford listen to Mayor Gary Herzig's Charter Review recommendations. The group agreed with Herzig's recommendations, and the charter is expected to be brought forward for a vote in the coming days.
Common Council members and City Hall staff listen intently this evening as Mayor Gary Herzig outlines compromise measures aimed at easing concerns over recommendations of his ad hoc Charter Revision Committee.  Flanking him are Acting City Manager Meg Hungerford, left, and City Clerk Nancy Powell.  Across from him are, from left, City Attorney David Merzig, Council members Michelle Osterhoudt and David Rissberger, and Paul Patterson, director, Oneonta Public Transport.  (Ian Austin/



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