The sign says For Rent and its hanging on Oneida County -- the old Oneida County Airport to be exact. The Sentinel reports that the state will pay $600,000 per year for the facility.
When weighing this, hopefully the Legislature will consider it as exchange of money for taking prime business land out of productive use, because, frankly, I don't expect much to happen out of Homeland Security. As blogged upon before, the State has NOT made the financial commitment to this project that it has routinely made to other parts of the state for other developmental projects.
If it were up to me, I would say the heck with Homeland Security, take the land back, and market it.