The Oneida County government could begin next year operating at the lowest staffing level in at least 20 years, data shows.
County Executive Anthony Picente’s proposed 2010 budget includes the elimination of 35 vacant positions, which would bring the number of county employees to 1,629 – a 16 percent drop from a 1996 high of 1,950 employees…
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