Mayor, DRI Could Finally Bloom In ‘19

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Mayor, DRI Could

Finally Bloom In ‘19

Ian Austin/HOMETOWN ONEONTA – Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzig had plenty to smile about as he laid out Oneonta’s 2019 plans at the State of The State breakfast on Wednesday, Jan. ONEONTA

ONEONTA – In 60 days, Mayor Gary Herzig said, the new Main Street plans will be revealed.

“This redesign is not by City Hall, but by 80 downtown business owners whohave submitted proposals for $2.5 million in funding for improvements,” he said.

Herzig, alongside Cooperstown Mayor Ellen Tillapaugh Kuch and state Sen. Jim Seward, R-Milford, spoke at the annual State of the State breakfast, hosted by the Otsego Chamber.


►ROS DEVLIN, the son of Sheriff Richard J. Devlin Jr. has resigned from his correctional officer position, county Board Chair David Bliss said Monday, Jan. 7. “Rather than engage in further litigation and exercise his right to due process, Mr. Devlin chose to voluntarily separate from service.”

►OUTAGES REPORTED in Morris after County 911 Director
Rob O’Brien filed a complaint with the state Public Service Commission after “large pockets” of Frontier Communications’ landline telephone customers were without service, some for weeks.

►OTSEGO’S CONGRESSMAN, Antonio Delgado, D-19,
co-sponsored his first piece of legislation, H.R. 1, the  “For the People” Act, aimed at “addressing the imbalance of corporate power to make government work for the people,” according to a press release.


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