16 water breaks recorded on the stretch of road, including one that made it unsafe to drive.
Friday, February 22
We are truck-drivers, ironworkers, bartenders and mechanics. We are homemakers and teachers. We are waitresses, office workers and managers. We are CNA’s, nurses, college students and village workers. We are laborers, retirees and veterans. The one thing we all have in common is that we live on Chatham Place in Boulder Hill. I’ve lived on Chatham Place for 20 years. It’s a quaint neighborhood - full of families in different stages of life. We all take pride in keeping our neighborhood in good repair to be a safe place to raise our children and grandchildren. In the last couple years, Chatham Place has been plagued with water main problems. To date, we have 16 water main breaks patched. Last summer, one of the breaks pushed up …
Restaurant owners have asked for funds for water main changes and for service to a retaining wall.
The Oswego Village Board will be voting at its next meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 5, on whether to provide reimbursement for two separate projects for the Firehouse Pizza and Pub, after much discussion at its last meeting. The Village was approached by Firehouse Pizza and Pub, which opened in December in downtown Oswego, for reimbursement for waterline improvement, as well as replacement of a retaining wall at the village-owned building. Police Chief Dwight Baird, who served as interim village administrator at the time Firehouse Pizza originally approached the village about occupying the space at 65 W. Washington St. in September 2011 spoke on the matter at the board's Jan. 22 meeting. Want free local news in your inbox every morning? Sign up…