Albany, N.Y., April 13—State Senator Tom O’Mara (R-C, Big Flats) was joined at the Capitol this week by two area high school students who were among 30 students from across the state participating in the 11th Annual “Students Inside Albany” conference sponsored by the League of Women Voters of New York State (LOWV).
PRESIDING OFFICER--The Constitution of the State of New York designates the state's Lieutenant Governor as the President of the Senate and its presiding officer. When the lieutenant governor is unable to attend one of the Senate's regular sessions, Senate leaders appoint a senator to assume these responsibilities for the day. Senator O'Mara, who's serving his first term in the Senate following three consecutive terms
PUBLIC POLICY DAY--Archbishop of New York Timothy M. Dolan met with state legislators, including Senator O'Mara, in Albany on Tuesday, March 8th as part of the New York State Catholic Conference's 2011 Public Policy Day.
CAPITOL VISIT--Senator O'Mara is joined by students and staff from the Elmira Christian Academy during the group's visit to the historic New York State Senate Chamber at the State Capitol on Tuesday, March 15, 2011.
Albany, N.Y., March 10—State Senator Tom O’Mara (R-C, Big Flats) and State Assemblyman Christopher Friend (R-C, Big Flats) congratulated Joseph Barr of Montour Falls, who was among 20 adult education students from across New York State honored on Wednesday, March 9 by the New York Association for Continuing/Community Education (NYACCE).
The organization’s 28th Annual Awards Ceremony and Legislative Forum was on Wednesday in Albany. Barr, representing the Greater Southern Tier (GST) BOCES, received a “Student of the Year 2011” award from the association.
[In the photo above, from left to right, are: Robin DeLong, GST BOCES Community Education Specialist, Assemblyman Friend, Joseph Barr, and Senator O’Mara.]
Albany, N.Y., February 8—State Senator Tom O’Mara (R-C,Big Flats) met in Albany today with representatives of the Horseheads Youth Bureau. In the photo above, from left to right, are: Amanda Buchanan, Ben Ivy, Senator O'Mara, Claire Hawthorne, Julia Weaver, and Emily Jacque.