Oswego Annual Report By the Numbers
Mar 17, 2014 04:39PM ● Published by Steven Jack
The village of Oswego released its 2013 annual report Monday afternoon. Here’s a breakdown of some of the more interesting numbers.
$316 Average annual amount saved by residents due to the villages electric aggregation program
$3 million Projected cost to be spent by South Korean dairy manufacturer Win Soon Inc. to build a 20,000-square-foot addition at 190 Kendall Point Drive to house its second American manufacturing plant.
40 Full-time employees of Win Soon in its first year
180 Full-time Win Soon employees projected by 2020
51 Percent of retail sales in Oswego made by nonresidents
$3.7 million Amount of retail sales tax collected from nonresidents in 2013
600 Businesses located in Oswego
232 Total new housing starts in 2013. Only Elgin, Naperville and St. John, Ind. issued more housing permits than Oswego in the Chicago area in 2013.
33,275 Visitors viewed pages and video streams of Village Board video meetings
3805 tons of material recycled by Oswego residents in 2013
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250 Pounds per person of recycled material
128.5 Miles of streets maintained by the village of Oswego
540 Village parkway trees removed due to the emerald ash borer
2,000 More parkway ash trees will need to be removed and replaced
$140,000 Awarded to the village of Oswego by the federal government for response and infrastructure due to the April 2013 flooding.
21 Streets resurfaced with motor fuel tax and general village funds, costing $700,000
$29.7 million Projected village of Oswego revenues for 2013-14
$29.2 million Projected village of Oswego expenditures for 2013-14
1.47 Percent in taxes the average property owner pays to the village each year
69.1 Percent in taxes the average property owner pays to Oswego School District 308 each year
A full copy of the village's annual report is attached as a .pdf above this article.