Mayor Barlow Appoints Timothy Rice Oswego DPW Commissioner – Oswego County Today
Mayor Billy Barlow (right) and Timothy Rice.
OSWEGO – Mayor Billy Barlow announced today that Timothy Rice will be the next Oswego City Commissioner for Public Works.
Rice brings over 20 years of project management, labor relations and leadership experience to the position after serving as a business agent for the plumbers and pipeline builders UA Local 73 Northeast, served on the Oswego Common Council from 2006-08, is a veteran of the Navy and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Ithaca College.
“Tim Rice has the knowledge, skills and leadership skills to be an excellent commissioner for DPW,” said Barlow. “With extensive industrial relations and construction management experience, I know he will do a great job managing relationships, expanding the department’s capabilities, and providing world-class service to Oswego residents. I look forward to having Tim as part of my administration as we still have a lot to do to improve our community.
Rice thanked Barlow for the assistance.
“I am delighted to be part of the productive administration of Mayor Barlow in a very meaningful way,” said Rice. “I look forward to helping with all ongoing projects to improve the waterfront, the city center and the parks, and I look forward to working with the capable men and women of Oswego DPW.”
Rice lives in the city of Oswego with his wife, Heather. He will take over the office of DPW commissioner on Monday, January 3, 2022.