ONEIDA - Oneida City Court Judge Michael Misiaszek has announced his intent to run for a full-time city court judgeship in the fall 2019 election, according to a release.
Since 2002, he has served as an appointed part-time Oneida city judge. The full-time judge position, which carries a six-year term will be on the ballot in 2019 due to the pending retirement of Judge Anthony Eppolito.
The 2019 general election is November 5.
For 35 years, Misiaszek has served as a private attorney in the areas of real estate, trusts, estate planning, municipal law, criminal law, and family court. He is a partner at Helmer, Johnson, Misiaszek & Kenealy, with offices in Oneida and Utica.
Further, Misiaszek has served as New York Mills village attorney and Schuyler Town Attorney for Schuyler.
A graduate of Albany Law School and SUNY Maritime College, Misiaszek lives in Oneida with his wife, Cathy. The couple has two adult sons.