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Assemblyman Giglio Meets with County Government Interns

On Wednesday, October 10, the Cattaraugus County Government Intern Class had the privilege of a presentation from and discussion with New York State Assemblyman Joseph M. Giglio (R, C, I).  Assemblyman Giglio represents the 148th district, which includes all of Cattaraugus County, southern Allegany County and the easternmost towns and villages in Chautauqua County.  The legislator from Gowanda gave an overview of his background in Cattaraugus County and New York State service, and discussed a number of political issues and concerns.  The Assemblyman then engaged the students in a very informative question and answer session.

Assemblyman Giglio (front, center) is shown with students in CABOCES' County Government Class.

According to CABOCES County Government Instructor John Butler, “The students thoroughly enjoyed Assemblyman Giglio’s presentation, and they greatly appreciated him taking the time to visit with them.”

Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES provides the County Government Intern Class for interested seniors who attend a public school in Cattaraugus County.  Currently, a total of 21 seniors are enrolled in the program from Allegany-Limestone, Cattaraugus-Little Valley, Ellicottville, and Randolph Central Schools.  The students meet one day a week in the legislative chambers at the County Building in Little Valley.

In late January, CABOCES will begin its Allegany County Government Intern Class for interested seniors who attend public school in Allegany County.  The class will meet in various rooms at the County Building in Belmont.  Information will be sent to schools in Allegany County in the next few weeks.  Interested students, parents, or school guidance counselors can also contact Mr. Butler at 716-376-8202.