September 21, 2007
Oswego County Treasurer's Office Moved Sept. 20
The Oswego County Treasurer's Office will move to a new location on the first floor of the County Office Building at 46 E. Bridge St. in Oswego this week.
Treasurer John Kruk and his staff will relocate Thursday, Sept. 20, to the area that was formerly occupied by the county Board of Elections. The elections office was moved in January to 185 E. Seneca St. in Oswego.
The next phase of office relocation will allow the Real Property Tax Office to move to the former Treasurer's Office. Later this year, the County Clerk's office will be expanded into the current Real Property Tax Office. The project will provide more office and document storage space for the departments of county government.
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