When the Oswego County Legislature meets tomorrow, a number of items will be on the floor for consideration.
Sheriff Reuel “Moe” Todd has requested a budget transfer of $234,000 to replace 12 Crown Victoria patrol cars at a total cost of approximately $312,000.
Todd said the request is made due to excessive mileage as well as wear and tear. The funds would cover the cost of nine marked cars and three unmarked vehicles.
Solid Waste Director Frank Visser has requested a budget transfer of $35,000 for repairs at the Energy Recovery Facility. A section of the concrete tipping floor has begun to deteriorate. Two man-doors are also in need of replacement.
The legislature will also consider awarding a contract to Eastern Shore Associates to be the insurance broker of record services.
The county solicited request for proposals and received two responses. Following a review of the firms, Eastern Shore Associates was recommended.
A resolution to schedule a public hearing on the tentative 2013 budget for Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. will be considered. The legislature traditionally meets in the afternoon and adjourns for the evening public hearing to allow more residents to attend.
The legislature will also consider a public hearing in regard to waiving the property tax cap for the fiscal year 2013. The measure is being taken as a precaution. If approved, a public hearing will be held Dec. 13 at 2 p.m.
Legislators will vote to pay the cost of this summer’s mosquito spraying. The total bill is $52,132, with one-half the cost expected to be reimbursed by the state.