August 19, 2011
Residents Encouraged to Give Input at Regional Economic Development Forum
Oswego County residents will have a chance to offer suggestions and present their ideas for regional economic growth at a public session Tuesday, Aug. 23, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the LeMoyne College Campus Center.
The session is the first in a series of meetings being organized by the Central New York Regional Economic Development Council to foster community participation in regional economic development.
"This is a unique opportunity for businesses and individuals to highlight our county's unique assets, such as water resources, transportation infrastructure, agriculture and tourism-based industries. It is especially important that residents from rural areas make their voices heard during this process," said Oswego County Administrator Phil Church.
Public comments are invited on the working drafts of the vision statement, which will be available at the session and also posted on the regional council Web site prior to the event. Suggestions can be submitted through the Web site: nyworks.ny.gov/content/central-new-york.
For driving directions, go to http://www.lemoyne.edu/VISITLEMOYNE/CAMPUSMAP/tabid/670/Default.aspx.
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