Jan. 6, 2012
Oswego County Legislature Elects Fred Beardsley as New Chairman
OSWEGO - County Legislator Fred C. Beardsley, District 9, Central Square was elected Chairman of the Oswego County Legislature at the 2012 organizational meeting on Jan. 3. County Legislators also voted to re-elect Arthur Ospelt, District 12, Pennellville as Vice Chairman and Wendy Falls as Clerk of the Legislature.
Newly-elected members of the Legislature are David Holst, District 4, Daniel LeClair, District 8, and Daniel Farfaglia, District 24. State Supreme Court Justice James W. McCarthy administered the official oaths of office at the start of the first legislative meeting of the year.
BEARDSLEY ELECTED LEGISLATURE CHAIRMAN- Legislator Fred Beardsley of Central Square (right) recites the oath of office for Chairman of the Legislature before State Supreme Court Justice James W. McCarthy.
LEGISLATOR OSPELT RE-ELECTED -- Oswego County Legislature Vice Chairman Arthur Ospelt, Pennellville (right) was re-elected Vice Chairman for 2012. State Supreme Court Justice James McCarthy administered the oath of office.
FALLS RE-ELECTED CLERK OF THE LEGISLATURE - Wendy Falls was re-elected Clerk of the Oswego County Legislature during the 2012 organizational meeting. State Supreme Court Justice James McCarthy administered the oath of office as Falls' son, Zackary, held the Bible.
HOLST SWORN IN AS DISTRICT 4 LEGISLATOR - David Holst (center) recites the oath of office as the new Oswego County Legislator for District 4, as his wife Patricia holds the Bible. State Supreme Court Justice James McCarthy officiated the swearing-in ceremony.
DANIEL LeCLAIR TAKES SEAT ON LEGISLATURE - 8th District Legislator Daniel LeClair (right) takes the oath of office at the Jan. 3 organizational meeting of the Oswego County Legislature. State Supreme Court Justice James McCarthy officiated the swearing-in ceremony.
FARFAGLIA TAKES OATH OF OFFICE - Daniel Farfaglia was sworn in as County Legislature for District 24 by State Supreme Court Justice James McCarthy. Joining Farfaglia, from left, were his mother Jackie, son Avery, and sister Joanne.
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