Maciol elected treasurer of state sheriff's group

By WKTV News

(WKTV) - Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol was sworn in Tuesday as the treasurer of the New York State Sheriff's Association at the group's winter conference in Albany.

Maciol was nominated by his fellow sheriffs of New York State and was elected unanimously. Maciol served as the association's sergeant-at-arms in 2013.

The New York State Sheriff's Association is a not-for-profit corporation formed in 1934. It is designed to help sheriffs in the efficient and effective delivery of sheriffs' services to the public. All elected and appointed sheriffs in the state are members.

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