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In the predawn hours, heading into the grapevine-covered Naples Valley near the southern tip of Canandaigua Lake, it’s completely dark throughout the town and village. Arriving at the highway barn, the only illumination is on three men with a flashlight. Click for more
Tony Sharan is a man comfortable in his own skin. He handles himself with confidence and ease as he tells of his journey to this job and his plans to leave things better than he found them.
Born and bred in this history-laden town, Tony attended Spring Valley High School. Click for more
Case Construction Equipment has a new line of six heavy- and light-duty sectional snow pushers compatible with both current and older model wheel loaders, skid steers, compact track loaders and backhoes. The independent moldboard sections move independently, allowing each section to shift up and down in response to uneven pavement or obstacles. Click for more
Henry Allen has spent more than half his life working for the Williamstown highway department.
He went to work for his uncle as a laborer in 1976 and became highway superintendent in 1988. Born and bred in this history-laden town, Henry attended Altmar-Parish-Williamstown School while growing up on a dairy farm. Click for more
When you look at a map of the Catskill Mountain region you don’t see a lot of highways. At the highest peak of Greene County’s Hunter Mountain is a popular downhill ski resort, Hunter Mountain Ski Resort, which has been there for three generations. Click for more
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