OSWEGO — Oswego County government on May 15 launched oswegocounty.com/restart, a directory of online resources to help businesses and organizations prepare for reopening.
On the same day, the Central New York Region began Phase 1 of New York’s regional reopening from the coronavirus shutdown by restarting construction, manufacturing, retail curbside pickup, and agriculture, forestry, and fishing activities.
“We are elated that we can begin Phase 1 of the reopening process with our Central New York neighbors. The Re-Start Oswego County page is an online resource to help businesses in the reopening process,” Oswego County Legislature Chairman James Weatherup said in a release. “The page includes links to sample plans, industry best practices, and guidance from state and local agencies as there is a specific process and associated forms that must be used and followed for businesses to be eligible to reopen. We want to assist our local businesses in moving forward and will continue to update the page as more information becomes available.”