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FRANCIS W DIETEMAN, age 38, of Kenwood Ave in Oneida, was arrested on 2/11/17 for Welfare Fraud 4th
Degree, Grand :Larceny 4th Degree, and Offering a False Instrument for Filing 1st Degree.

LOUIS C TENACE, age 45, of Church Street in Mohawk, was arrested on 2/12/17 for Driving While Intoxicated
and other traffic violations.

MATTHEW H CARNEY, age 29, of Lovejoy Road in Madison, was arrested on 2/11/17 for Criminal Mischief 4th
Degree and Harassment 2nd Degree (Physical Contact).

SETH L ECKERLIN, age 21, of Webber Drive in Chittenango, was arrested on 2/9/17 for Unlawful Possession
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RICHARD L WOODEN, age 30, of Seneca Turnpike in Canastota, was arrested on 2/9/17 for Felony Violation
of Probation.

COLTON J JAQUIN, age 21, of Lewis Point Road in Canastota, was arrested on 2/8/17 for Unlawful Possession
of Marijuana.

CHRISTOPHER O WALTER, age 35, of Schoolheimer Road in Canastota, was arrested on 2/7/17 for
Misdemeanor Violation of Probation.

GEORGE W ,LETT II, age 36, of Hamilton Brown Road in Bridgeport, was arrested on 2/9/17 for Violation of the
Family Court Act.

MELISSA A PHILLIPS, age 27, of State Route 12 in Waterville, was arrested on 2/8/17 for Violation of the
Family Court Act.


UPDATED: 2/13/2017
Newly Formed Strategic Planning
Committee To Focus On Madison
County Success
MADISON COUNTY PRESS RELEASE

(Wampsville, NY – February 15, 2017)  Madison County Board of Supervisors Chairman John Becker and
Madison County Administrator Mark Scimone today announced the formation of a special Steering Committee to
help guide an upcoming strategic planning initiative.   Work associated with this plan is aimed at strategically
aligning County Departments and the entire County workforce on projects and programs that provide both
outstanding service and value to the citizens and taxpayers of Madison County. The initiative is referred to as
Madison County’s Success Plan.

“Through the Success Planning process, we are working to focus our efforts on delivering high quality services
while also providing value to the taxpayers of Madison County,” Chairman Becker said.
According to Chairman Becker, the Success Plan will be comprised of three key integrated areas of focus: The
first outlines specific goals that define success for the year for Madison County; the second is an Operating Plan
detailing the work to achieve the goals; and the third is a quarterly performance scorecard that will measure
success in achieving the goals.

“We want the Success Planning process to be very open and collaborative,” Chairman Becker said.  “Our
Steering Committee will represent voices from Madison County’s business, education, health care and non-profit
communities, as well as men and women from various departments within Madison County.”
In addition, Madison County residents will have the opportunity to contribute to the planning process through
focus groups that will be conducted in February and a public input survey.  The survey is now accessible on the
County’s website (
www.MadisonCounty.ny.gov) and at various locations across the County including libraries, the
Department of Motor Vehicles office, Town Halls, and the County Office Building.  

Members of the Success Plan Steering Committee include:

•        Mark Scimone, Madison County Administrator
•        Pete Walrod, Supervisor, Town of Georgetown
•        Joseph Magliocca, Supervisor, City of Oneida
•        Eric Faisst, Director, Madison County Public Health Department
•        Teisha Cook, Director, Madison County Mental Health Department
•        Althea Barney, Probation Supervisor, Madison County Probation Department
•        Wally Fallon, Senior Highway Crew Supervisor, Madison County Highway Department
•        Mary Burkett, Senior Motor Vehicle Representative, Madison County DMV
•        Betsy Kennedy, Director, Cazenovia Public Library
•        Melissa Spicer, CEO, Clear Path for Veterans
•        Kipp Hicks, Executive Director, Madison County Industrial Development Agency
•        Ronald Chesbrough, Ph.D., President, Cazenovia College
•        June Clarke, Superintendent of Schools, Canastota Central School District
•        John Clute, Mayor, Village of Wampsville

“The Success Plan and performance scorecard will be shared with the community so it will be easy for residents to
see what the goals are, what the plan is to achieve the goals, and what grade we are scoring on our work to
achieve the goals,” County Administrator Scimone said.  “The entire process is collaborative and provides the
community with an opportunity to see the blueprint we will be following to provide best in class service and value
our community.”         

Madison County has hired TransPro Consulting, a national public sector management company, to help guide
Success Plan development.   

Work on the Success Plan will take place over the next several months and will be presented to the Madison
County Board of Supervisors for adoption in June.


CLICK HERE to download and print a PDF version of the survey.
Oneida City Court and all City of Oneida offices will be
closed on Monday, February 20, 2017 in honor of
Presidents Day