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Rental permit fees in Oswego raised ›
The Oswego Common Council approved Mayor Billy Barlow's request to raise the cost of rental permit fees from $30 for a three-year permit to $150 at its meeting Monday. Barlow said the increase, which is the first time the permit prices have been changed since 2005, will equip the city's code enforcement department with the funds they need to crack down on negligent landlords. "We will continue to expand on our code enforcement department," Barlow said. "We are developing new strategies and new ways to go out and not only enforce the code, but hold these landlords accountable and make sure they're renting with their rental permits. That takes a lot of time. That takes a lot of energy." The city is adding a new code enforcer next year. Some Oswego property owners have spoken out against the fee hike, saying it would be fairer to increase the penalties landlords have to pay if their property is in violation of the city code. Council President Shawn Walker was also opposed to the plan. He
Tue, 27 Sep 2016 21:55:55 +0000
Syracuse officials hope hackathon will bring new ideas for fixing infrastructure ›
The city of Syracuse is hoping a civic “hackathon” can make some sense of all the data it’s collected about its streets. The city is partnering with AT&T and Syracuse University’s iSchool, to look for ways to use all the information to create new apps or analysis which can be used to help city government improve roads. Syracuse Information Technology officer Sam Edlestein says there is a lot of information out there. "We’re making available information about how the roads are rated. So when you drive down a specific segment of road, we rate it on a scale of 1 to 10, so what is that rating. Also, where have all the potholes been filled,” said Edlestein. Students and residents can take part in the Hackathon. This follows up other high tech infrastructure initiatives taken up by the city, including SQUID, Street Quality Inspection Devices. City officials say technology is one way to improve on the way the city tries to repair a crumbling infrastructure.
Tue, 27 Sep 2016 19:16:00 +0000
Tuned to Yesterday ›
# 600, Science Fiction, Dimension X "No Contact" 4/29/50 NBC, Suspense "Re-Entry" 11/1/59 CBS. Tuned To Yesterday features programs from radio's golden era. Drama, Comedy, Western, Sci-Fi and more. Produced by Mark Lavonier.
Tue, 27 Sep 2016 14:00:00 +0000
WRVO Transmitters Status ›
WRVH in Clayton is off the air today for tower maintenance. We expect it to be back on this evening.All of WRVO's otehr transmitters are operating normally at this time. WRVO Public Media's programming is also available online at wrvo.org and through our iPhone and Android apps.
Tue, 27 Sep 2016 13:01:09 +0000
This time, her baby has a sober mom ›
The heroin epidemic has rocked New York state. A lot of attention has gone to how to stop drug trafficking and help addicts. But the increased use of opioids has created another issue -- how to care for the children of those hooked on heroin. Filling the "Void" It’s hard to take care of a new baby, then add trying to get sober from a heroin addiction in the mix. Marisa, who didn't want to use her last name, gave birth to one daughter while she was using heroin, then another while she was in treatment at a long-term care facility in Delaware County, New Hope Manor. Marisa spent her young life looking for affirmation she's appreciated -- the search for contentment, to close, what she calls, “the void.” As a teenager, it manifested itself in self-mutilation and an eating disorder. In college, her discontent took her to England to study acting. She then moved to southern Florida to teach and tour. A deep feeling of sinking emptiness left her vulnerable when a doctor prescribed her
Tue, 27 Sep 2016 08:59:00 +0000
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