Nominate a "Good Neighbor" in Oswego
OSWEGO, N.Y. - The City of Oswego just announced a new program to recognize outstanding community members. It's called the "Good Neighbor Award."
This award was introduced by Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow earlier this week. This award recognizes homeowners in the city who take exceptional care of their property, like caring for their yard or restoring a building.
Neighbors will be able to nominate a property owner to receive the award. 5 winners will be picked.
To get a nomination sheet, check the the City of Oswego website, pick one up at Mayor Barlow’s office, the Department of Code Enforcement at Oswego City Hall, or the Office of Economic Development at 44 East Bridge Street.
The City says nominations are due by September 5th and will be judged by Oswego City code enforcement officers Curt Miller, Nick Saternow and Daniel Breitweg.