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Recorder file photo
Amsterdam City Controller Ronald Wierzbicki, right, smiles after being sworn into office Jan. 2 by Montgomery County Court Judge Felix Catena. Holding the Bible is Wierzbicki's wife, Jean. The first-term controller died Friday morning.

Recorder file photo Amsterdam Controller Ronald Wierzbicki is shown at a Common Council meeting Dec. 18.


Mr. Ronald G. Wierzbicki

Saturday, December 29, 2012 - Updated: 6:10 PM

Rebecca Webster / Recorder News Staff

December 28, 2012

Mr. Ronald G. Wierzbicki, Controller of the City of Amsterdam, died Friday morning after a brief illness. A resident of Stewart Street in Amsterdam, he was seventy-five years old.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Betz, Rossi & Bellinger Family Funeral Home; and will be announced in the Monday edition of the Recorder.


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Posted By: On: 12/28/2012

Title: Thane Clueless

It's called a SPECIAL election. She will play a game with the appointment like she has been doing completely ignorant of the City Charter. Now all we need is her resignation....ask Paul Tonko about that.

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