Jamestown attorney Jeffrey A. Piazza, candidate for Chautauqua County Family Court judge, attended the Allen Park Women's Club annual picnic along with his wife, Evelyn, and his children, Ally and Billy.
While at the picnic, Piazza and his family met with many of the residents and listened to their concerns. Piazza was the featured speaker at the event and explained to the audience why he wanted to be the next Family Court judge in Chautauqua County.
"New York state has created a new Family Court judge in Chautauqua County and I am honored to have the support of so many in the community as I seek this important position," he said. "I look forward to bringing my 20 years of knowledge and experience as a Family Court attorney to all matters facing children and families in Chautauqua County Family Court. There is nothing more important in my life than family, and anything that I can do to help children and families in this county, would be a commitment that I am willing to make for the remainder of my career."
Piazza went on to explain that he has handled thousands of cases in Family Court and has more than 20 years of experience representing children in Family Court through the Attorney for the Child Program.
"In representing children, I have seen how distressed they can be when their family situation deteriorates and I will look out for their interest every day if I am elected to this position. I can assure each and every one of you that I will treat each case with the care and consideration that it deserves and will be sensitive to the needs of children and families from all walks of life here in this wonderful county," Piazza said.
Piazza is a partner with the Jamestown law firm of Hall & Piazza on Third Street and is a member of the New Creation Assembly of God Church. He is also a board member at WCA Hospital and is a member of the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation. He is also a past two-term board member of the Jamestown YMCA and YMCA Camp Onyahsa.
Piazza, a lifelong resident of Chautauqua County, lives in Kiantone with is wife, Evelyn, son, Billy and daughter, Ally. He is a candidate in the Sept. 9 primaries on the Republican, Independence and Conservative lines.