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October 5, 2012

Harassment suit settled


Niagara Gazette — "Certainly, Mr. Aronow was very involved in the senator's campaign and to my knowledge still is," Witryol said. 

Colatarci insisted that is not the case and Witryol is wrong about Aronow being a paid member of Maziarz's campaign staff. She said Aronow is one of hundreds of volunteers supporting the Niagara County Republican Party and its candidates in elections this year. She noted that, as a notary public in Niagara County, Aronow is in a position to pass designating positions for a variety of candidates, including Maziarz. 

Maziarz suggested the effort to tie his office to the Aronow case is another example of Witryol's interest in damaging his reputation in her bid to defeat him in this year's election. 

“Amy Witryol has filed three JCOPE complaints against me," Maziarz said. "She has inundated the Senate with foil requests for information that is already public on the Internet. She is constantly hurling allegations that are baseless and today is no exception."

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