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Jan. 12, 2007

Johnson Re-Elected Chairman of Oswego County Legislature

Legislator Russ W. Johnson, District 25, Fulton, was re-elected to his fourth term as Chairman of the Oswego County Legislature at the 2007 organizational meeting. Oswego County legislators also re-elected Greg Osetek, District 15, Oswego, to his third term as Vice Chairman, and re-elected Ted Jerrett to his ninth term as Clerk of the Legislature.

The Oswego County Weeklies of Mexico and The Palladium-Times of Oswego are the county's official newspapers. Official banks are HSBC, Key Bank, Chase Manhattan, Fleet Bank offices of Bank of America, Hannibal and Pulaski branches of Community Bank, PathFinder Bank, and OCNB offices of Alliance Bank.

The Legislature's next regular meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15, in the Legislative Chambers of the County Office Building at 46 E. Bridge St., Oswego.


Legislature Chairman Russ Johnson takes oath of office


Oswego County Legislature Chairman Russ W. Johnson recites the oath of office before Hon. Norman W. Seiter Jr., Supreme Court Justice, after being re-elected to his fourth term as legislature chairman. Holding the Bible is Johnson's wife, Suzanne, and looking on is their daughter, Suzanne.




Legislature Vice Chairman Greg Osetek oath of office

Legislator Gregory Osetek, District 15, Oswego, and his father, former County Legislator Joseph “Smokey” Osetek have their hands on the Bible as Hon. Norman W. Seiter Jr., Supreme Court Justice, administers the oath of office. Greg Osetek was re-elected Vice Chairman of the Oswego County Legislature for 2007.




Legislature Clerk Ted Jerrett oath of office

Ted Jerrett takes his oath of office after being re-elected to his ninth term as Clerk of the Oswego County Legislature. Holding the Bible are his wife, Donna, and daughter, Kristen. Hon. Norman W. Seiter Jr., Supreme Court Justice, conducted the swearing-in ceremony.



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