by Carol Thompson
The Oswego County Legislature will meet at 2 p.m. Friday to vote on the new legislative district lines.
The meeting will be held in legislature chambers on the fourth floor of the county government complex in Oswego.
The legislature has anticipated having a new plan passed by the end of the year.
A public hearing was held earlier this month with several residents speaking in opposition of the plan. The new lines will divide several towns, including the towns of Oswego and Volney. The Volney Town Board sent an opposing resolution to the legislature.
Legislator Dan Farfaglia has been a vocal opponent of the plan and has proposed his own plan, which he claims meets the legal requirements.
Farfaglia is a member of a reapportionment committee formed to draw the new lines. Legislator Dan Chalifoux serves as chairman of the committee.
When legislators decide on a final plan, the new lines will be represented in next year’s election. At that time, all 25 seats will be on the ballot.