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City of Oswego, Kansas
PO Box 210
703 Fifth Street
Oswego, Kansas 67356

Phone: 620-795-4433
Fax: 620-795-4873

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February 2020 Newsletter

Feb 2020 City Chief Strickland Retires From Fire Department and Jon Eck appointed as Chief

At the February Council meeting, John Strickland was recog-nized for retiring from the Fire Department. Strickland has served on the Fire Department for 31 years, 6 of those years serving as Fire Chief. Mayor Chapman appointed Jon Eck as Fire Chief. Eck has been on the department for 30 years. He has served as Assistant Chief since 2014.

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December 2019

December 2019 thumb 2020 Dog and Cat Tags

Dog and Cat tags for 2020 are now available for purchase at the City Office. Your current 2019 tags will expire April 1, 2020. The cost is $2.00 if your pet is spayed or neutered and $5.00 if they are not. You must present a rabies vaccination certificate at the time of purchase in order to obtain a city tag. The Oswego Veterinary Clinic and Regional Veterinary

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October 2019

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New Ordinance – Debris, Including Grass Clippings, on City Streets Prohibited

The City Council passed a new ordinance in response to an abundance of com-plaints about grass clippings being blown and allowed to remain in city streets. This has been an increasing issue for the last several years. The city has explained in the city newsletter, which is sent out to all utility customers, the problems this causes and has asked people not to continue the practice. It is not only an eyesore, it is actually dangerous for motorcyclists and runners. It causes issues with clogging up gutters and storm drains as well as damage to city streets since the grass goes to seed in the cracks and actually pushes up the asphalt. Maintenance on city streets is extremely costly. At the October

Council Meeting, the Council passed an Ordinance to prohibit residents from blowing debris (dirt, waste, grass clippings, other lawn debris) onto city streets. The ordinance can be seen in its entirety on the city’s website www.oswegokansas.com. The Oswego Police Department will be enforcing the Ordinance. The Ordinance was not passed to collect fines but to keep people safe and reduce the damage to city streets. This is only for those who allow the grass to remain on the street. If someone mows and then gets the grass off of the street when they are done there is no offense. Please contact the City Office at 620-795-4433 if you have questions.

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August 2019

2019-08newsletter The Chamber of Com-merce has set October 5th as the date for the Annual Fall City wide garage sale. The fee for a garage sale permit is $11.00. This includes your license, 2 garage sale signs, and a 25 word ad which will be listed on the map that is distributed among area businesses. The fee and ad must be submitted to the City Office no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, September 27th.

The ad should contain your address and whether your sale will be held "rain or shine". Maps will be handed out on Thurs-day, October 3rd at the grocery store, conven-ience stores and other local businesses. All garage sale participants must agree to NO pre-vious sales and all items listed must be available on the day of the sale.

You can pay your fees and pick up your license at the City Office at 703 Fifth Street.
Reminder: There is no clean up week after the fall garage sale. Read more.

 
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