by Carol Thompson
Members of the Oswego County Legislature’s Community and Consumer Affairs Committee were told Wednesday that there is no update as to the status of a data imaging contract for the office of the County Clerk.
A special committee was formed to conduct a blind review of the eight request for proposals to provide the imaging service to the clerk’s office.
Legislator Terry Wilbur, who serves as chairman of the Community and Consumer Affairs Committee, said he received a bipartisan letter from the blind committee requesting more time to complete the review.
“Both sides of the aisle are on this review committee and they said they need more time,” Wilbur said. He added that if he receives a report from the committee prior to the next meeting, he will call a special meeting.