OSWEGO ELECTION FORUM: Community Success Can't be Accomplished by Saying 'No' First
Mar 14, 2017 12:58PM ● Published by Steven Jack
To be effective, a leader certainly has to manage the resources at his/her disposal. But leadership also involves communicating, inspiring and supervising- to name three more primary skills a leader has to have to be successful.
Our Village Board needs this type of leader. I am always reminded that transformative and successful projects for our community have never been accomplished by saying NO first and asking questions later. Calculated investments in Oswego’s future should be our #1 goal as we build the community we want for our future and for our children.
I have known Pam Parr and Judy Sollinger for over 30 years. They bring a blend of being rooted in our community and a willingness to work together in preparing for our future. Vote for Pam, Judy and Luis for leadership on the Oswego Village Board and for our future. Vote early beginning March 20th at Oswego Village Hall.