Downtown Oswego was selected as the winner of the $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative in Central New York.
With assets that include a scenic waterfront location, compact and walkable downtown, rich cultural history and anchor institutions such as SUNY Oswego, Oswego Health and the Port of Oswego Authority, Oswego is well-positioned for a transformation into a regionally competitive area while maintaining its small town charm. Under the DRI, Oswego will focus on catalytic projects in the downtown that will leverage significant private investment and provide new housing opportunities, mixed-use development, a business incubator, commercial/retail development and community services.
Below is a list of Planning Committee Members for Oswego:
- William Barlow, Mayor, City of Oswego (co-chair)
- L. Michael Treadwell, Oswego County IDA/CNYREDC (co-chair)
- Jane Amico, Centerstate CEO
- Shane Broadwell, Oswego County Legislature
- Stephen Butler, CNY Arts
- Pamela Caraccioli, SUNY Oswego
- Patrick Carroll, United Association of Plumbers & Steamfitters
- James Eby, resident
- Kevin Gardner, Oswego County Legislature
- Chuck Gijanto, Oswego Health
- Jeff Coakley, Oswego Health (alternate for Chuck Gijanto)
- Zelko Kirincich, Port of Oswego Authority
- Jacob Mulcahey, Oswego County Legislature
- Caitlin Reynolds, City of Oswego
- Thomas Schneider, Pathfinder Bank
- Jill Shaver, The Children’s Museum of Oswego
- Ted Skerpon, IBEW Local 97
- Jon Spaulding, Oswego Palladium-Times and oswegocountynewsnow.com
- Deborah Stanley, SUNY Oswego
- Paul Stewart, Oswego Renaissance Association
- Dave Turner, Oswego County Dept of Community Development and Tourism
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
The online discussion below is intended to gather input from a diverse range of residents, business owners, property owners, workers, and visitors to Oswego’s downtown. Input will be used to help prioritize projects for funding by the Downtown Revitalization Initiative. Click the button below to join the discussion:
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