First Frontline Workers purchase homes using new “Heroes as Neighbors” Program
Mayor Billy Barlow poses with two Oswego home-buying families who recently took advantage of the Heroes as Neighbors Program, a home buying incentive covering closing costs for frontline workers and first responders who purchase a home in the City of Oswego. The Heroes as Neighbors program was announced earlier this year during Mayor Barlow’s State of the City Address in partnership with Pathfinder Bank. The Todd Family includes a Clinical Psychologist for the VA while the Coffey Family includes a City of Oswego Firefighter. Applications to receive closing cost assistance for frontline workers and responders are still available on the city website and the economic development office.
PHOTO 1 (LtoR): Mark Tesoriero Oswego City Clerk, Mayor Barlow, The Todd Family, Daniel Capella of Pathfinder Bank, Amy Murphy, City of Oswego Economic Development
PHOTO 2 (LtoR): Mark Tesoriero Oswego City Clerk, Mayor Barlow, The Coffey Family, Daniel Capella, Loan Specialist for Pathfinder Bank, Amy Murphy, City of Oswego Economic Development