As more money had to be transferred to cover the cost of transporting inmates from the Oswego County Correctional Facility to other facilities, one legislator questioned the long-term plan to correct the problem.
During last Thursday’s meeting of the Oswego County Legislature, a
resolution to transfer $200,000 to cover inmate costs sparked a debate
when Legislator Jake Mulcahey asked what the long-term plan is to
resolve the problem.
“I understand we are waiting on potential funding from the state, but
I don’t know if that’s the answer. Looking ahead, where are we going?”
Mulcahey said the county has spent nearly a million dollars on the
problem. “We have to start looking at what we can do to be investing
rather than dumping money on this,” he said.
The state requires the county to house state prison parolees who have violated parole, which adds to the overcrowding problem.
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