Most Active Stories
- Crashed Air Force drone was flying with gear that couldn't handle cold
- Schumer hopes federal funds will help local brewpub expand
- Teachers union not ready to reverse no confidence vote in education commissioner
- Small group protests possibility of housing Central American immigrants in Syraucse
- Air Force plane found deep below Lake Ontario from 1952 crash
More News From WRVO
By Chris Ulanowski
Oswego, NY – The State Association of convenience stores is sharply critical today of Governor Spitzer's decision to drop plans to collect sales taxes on cigarettes and gasoline sold by Native American merchants to non-Indians.
The decision reneges on Spitzer's campaign promise last year and will result in the loss of an estimated 200 million dollars to the state.
WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to the President of the Convenience Store Association....Jim Calvin.