CASSADAGA - Valerie Culverwell, the current deputy village clerk, is seeking election to one of the two trustee positions available on the Cassadaga Village Board.
"What I will be bringing to the table is my knowledge of accounting procedures and my management experience which I will use to bring financial direction and responsibility to the taxpayers of the village. I also would like to work to establish some youth activities for the young people of the village," she stated.
Culverwell is a graduate of Wilson Central School and a current full-time student at Hilbert College, working toward a BS in accounting which should be awarded in May 2011.
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Cassadaga Deputy Village Clerk Valerie Culverwell is running for one of two available trustee positions on the Cassadaga Village Board.
She coaches girls' junior varsity soccer and varsity boys' track for Cassadaga Valley Central School. Last summer, she was director of the Cassadaga Beach. As such, she was instrumental in bringing in more family-oriented activities.
She has served as the Deputy Village Clerk for Cassadaga from 2002 though 2005 and 2007 to the present.
She has been married for 28 years to Gale Culverwell. They are the parents of three children: Stevi Culverwell and Matthew Culverwell, who both graduated from Ross University with Doctors of Veterinary Medicine in June 2011, and Nicholas Culverwell, a student at Morrisville University.