Local Eats & Essentials expands to Oswego County
Local Eats & Essentials expands to Oswego County
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Oswego County Economic Development News

April 22, 2021
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Operation Oswego County Deputy Director Austin Wheelock and Administrative Secretary Karen Perwitz present Fulton Block Builders with a check for $3,000.

Operation Oswego County supports Fulton Block Builders

Recently, Operation Oswego County Inc. donated $3,000.00 to the Fulton Block Builders (FBB). Operation Oswego County's mission is to establish and implement sound economic development strategies to enhance the economic vitality of Oswego County's businesses, industries, and citizens, which leads to an overall better quality of life.
“Key to our mission is the creation and retention of job opportunities, diversification and strengthening of our economic base, and developing the local economy in a planned, organized and environmentally friendly atmosphere,” said Michael Treadwell, Operation Oswego County's Executive Director. “We think the Fulton Block Builder project fits into this mission perfectly.”
“This donation puts FBB closer to our goal!” said Linda Eagan, FBB Administrative Director. “Fundraising for the 2021 Grant Challenge has been quite successful. The generosity of so many is inspirational in normal times, but we are especially grateful to have this outstanding support during these challenging times. Our community has amazed me since the launch of Fulton Block Builders in so many ways. Operation Oswego County's donation is one more example of that amazement! FBB is on track to meet our 2021 goal and receive the 2-to-1 match from the Richard S. Shineman Foundation, which will allow FBB to have a full and robust program again this year.”
For more information about Fulton Block Builders or to donate, visit its website at https://www.fultonblockbuilders.com.

Local Eats & Essentials expands to Oswego County

Order takeout and support local restaurants in Oswego County with a new LOCAL partnership between Localeatsandessentials.com and The Palladium-Times/Valley News. Pall-Times and Valley News readers can now order from their favorite LOCALLY OWNED restaurants online in a unique program founded by a SUNY Oswego alum. It's 100 percent FREE for LOCAL restaurants to participate.
This has been an incredibly challenging time for restaurants. The lockdown has forced many restaurants to close their doors (some permanently).
‘“Restaurants need our support right now and this new program will help those who live in central New York to show their support by going online and ordering take-out from your favorite restaurant” says Mark Vinciguerra, Local Eats partner, and a 1989 graduate of SUNY-Oswego. “Unlike other expensive online ordering programs, Local Eats is entirely free for the restaurant.” 
The Palladium-Times and Valley News, along with the rest of the Oswego County Media Group, are partnering with Local Eats to help promote the program to thousands of LOCAL consumers using print, social and digital advertising. 
“We are thrilled to be part of this program and are always looking for new ways to support local restaurants and local business in our community. We’re looking forward to making it easier for restaurants in our community to get more online orders without paying the big fees,” said Jeff Weigand, Oswego County Media Group Publisher and Chief Revenue Officer.
We encourage the community to support this program and the local restaurants in their community. To learn more and to order take-out go to www.localeatsandessentials.com.  

About Local Eats & Essentials

Local Eats is an online takeout service that makes it easy to order from more than one restaurant in your community at a time. The program is free for restaurants and the customer pays a nominal local restaurant support fee (between $1 and $5) depending on the size of their order.

Featured Available Commercial Property Listing

19 4th Avenue / Oswego
Description:
  • Stand alone building in Hillside Commons Plaza
  • Great visibility and accessibility near SUNY Oswego off St. Rt. 104
  • Space renovated 2012 with various upgrades since original renovation
  • 2 main entrances, handicap accessible
  • Kitchen, conference room, supply room, janitorial room
  • Various sized offices
  • ADA bathrooms (3)
  • Open floor plan as per drawing
  • New roof installed 2021
Space: 5000 sq ft – Separate Office Building
Sale/Lease: Triple Net Lease, rate negotiable
Contact: Hillside Park Real Estate, 315-575-0271, Stephanie Castaldo Gorgoni, hillsideparkrealestate.com, scg@hillsideparkrealestate.com
315-343-1545
44 West Bridge Street | Oswego, NY 13126 US
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