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Zurlo sworn in as new Saratoga County sheriff

Michael Zurlo, surrounded by his family, is sworn in as Saratoga County sheriff by Supreme Court Justice Thomas Nolan at the Mechanicville High School in the auditorium on Sunday.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
Michael Zurlo, surrounded by his family, is sworn in as Saratoga County sheriff by Supreme Court Justice Thomas Nolan at the Mechanicville High School in the auditorium on Sunday.
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Michael Zurlo received a standing ovation from a crowd of several hundred Sunday as he was sworn in as Saratoga County sheriff. Zurlo succeeds fellow Republican James Bowen, the longest-tenured sheriff in New York state, who is retiring after 41 years in office. Zurlo’s term will begin Jan. 1. “I have very big shoes to fill, but I learned from one of the best,” Zurlo said of his predecessor, who was not present at the ...

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