ORISKANY, N.Y. -- Oneida County Sheriff Rob Maciol was sworn in Friday for his third term.
Friends and family, along with Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri showed up in support.
Maciol says there have been many accomplishments in 2018, including saving money and increasing efficiency for the correctional facility and the school security initiative.
He says he has a lot of plans and ideas for the year ahead.
“We're going to do anything we can to keep our community safe. We've got some other initiatives planned, increasing training of our members. We've also got some new technology coming out, a whole bunch of things. We've got a lot of moving parts here between the law enforcement division and the corrections division and the civil division,” said Maciol.
Judge Gerry Neri administered the oath of office.
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- 130th Anniversary of the Oneida County Fair
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- Oneida County residents apply for flood assistance
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- Herkimer Mayor Mark Netti sworn in at board meeting
- Marianne Buttenschon sworn in as 119th district assemblywoman