|New York State Assembly District 150|
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Parment's professional experiences include civil technician; deputy director of planning and development, director of public works, and planner for the Chautauqua County; and the facilities planner for State University.
Parment graduated from Jamestown Community College; earned an AAS from State University Agricultural and Technical College in Farmingdale, Long Island; a B.S. from the State University New York, New Paltz; and did graduate work at State University New York, Fredonia. He and his wife, Lynn, have two children; Chad and Todd.
Parment did not run for re-election in 2010.
On November 4, 2008, Parment won re-election to the New York State Assembly, District 150. He ran unopposed.
Parment raised $20,331 for his campaign.
|New York State Assembly, District 150 2008|
|William Parment (D)||30,086|
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- Environmental Conservation Committee, New York Assembly
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