(Video and photographs by Luann Knight Photography)
Neighborhood revitalization and restoration is at the heart of what The Oswego Renaissance Association is all about. They have partnered with both private and public donors to help make projects such as the Franklin Park Clean Up happen.
“Oswego is a city that is in a gradual process of renewal. You can see it if you know where to look,” said Paul Stewart, Director of the Board of the ORA. He sites the façade improvements of buildings downtown and the restoration of the Woodruff building and Stevedore Lofts as examples of how Oswego residents, businesses, and organizations are working to give Oswego new life through restoration.