by Carol Thompson
Following years of discussion, the Oswego County Legislature has yet to decide what to do with the former jail that sits across the Public Safety Center.
A committee has been formed to discuss the prospects for the ailing facility.
Legislator Morris Sorbello will serve as the chairman and legislators Linda Lockwood and Jake Mulcahey will round out the committee.
“We need to find out about an asbestos study,” Sorbello said, adding that the committee will hopefully conclude what to do with the building.
At one time in recent years, County Administrator Phil Church said there may be an interested developer.
He would not disclose the name of the developer to legislators and nothing more had been said at public meetings after the initial announcement.
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