At its meeting Monday night, the Common Council will consider a resolution to join forces with the county in opposing the manufacture and sale of synthetic drugs, such as Happy Shaman. Last week, a county legislator urged the Common Council to approve a resolution similar to what the county recently passed.
Members of IBEW Local 97 question the ability and training of the people currently operating Constellation Energy’s nuclear plants at Nine Mile Point. Some of the speaker urged the county to step in and get the two sides back to the bargaining table. Oswego County Legislature Chairman Barry Leemann said the county is concerned about the situation and is willing to assist.
The legislature approved an intermunicipal agreement with Scriba regarding Nine Mile Point Unit I and Unit II nuclear power plants. It allows them to continue with the appraiser without the Oswego City School District.
Several officials from throughout Oswego County demonstrated their support for Oswego County Opportunities’ Senior Nutrition Services Program recently when they participated in the program’s Mayors for Meals Day by helping to deliver meals to OCO’s Senior Dining and Activity Centers
Oswego County Legislature and Cornell Cooperative Extension conduct Agricultural Listening Sessions for NYSAC Task Force
While the number of cases being handled by CPS remains high, a review of the department shows it is moving in the right direction. A Child Protection Advisory Council has been formed and has begun meeting.
Legislators will weigh the pros and cons of having a new center ready in time to house the county’s new radio system. They’ll consider all the options, including keeping the facility in the Public Safety Center.
The chairman of the county legislature honors the members who aren’t returning in the new year. They all served their constituents to the best of the ability, he noted. At least one has indicated he might run for office again.
Legislators voted in favor of the budget plan on Tuesday night. They nixed several attempted to cut it a bit further. They also defeated a move to close the Hannibal Transfer Station.
County lawmakers heard an update Tuesday regarding Bion Environmental Technologies proposal. If Bion’s slaughterhouse plan becomes a reality, it would bring more than 70,000 head of beef cattle into the county.