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It’s not every town that has a highway department sign out front with the deputy’s name on it, but Dan Amatura, superintendent of the town of Lancaster for the past few years wouldn’t have it any other way.
Here’s why: Meet Lou Cacciotti, deputy superintendent, and a seasoned veteran with 50 years in the department who has worked with six to eight different superintendents. Click for more
Trucking is in Steve Lollman Sr.’s blood.
“Ever since I was a little kid I wanted to grow up and drive trucks,” he said.
And that’s exactly what he did as the owner/operator of K & S Trucking LLC. Unfortunately, a few years ago the opportunities for hauling aggregate and blacktop for the local quarries dried up, although he still owns a couple of Mack dump trucks that he hires out for local hauling of aggregate and blacktop. Click for more
Sharing a border with Massachusetts in the wide-ranging Berkshire Mountains, the town of Austerlitz represents more than a geographic phenomenon. While the two states share a periphery in a heavily high-end touristed area, Austerlitz is purely upstate in spirit, direction, and certainly its stated preference for long and winding dirt roads. Click for more
The town of Webb is situated in the northern-most portion of Herkimer County in the Adirondack Mountains. The town in wholly within the boundaries of the Adirondack Park and is the largest township in New York State. Located in the snow-belt area of upstate New York, and in a part of the state that is populated with numerous beautiful lakes, the town of Webb (Old Forge) area has become a popular tourist destination. Click for more
“I love my Rolodex,” said Gene Dinsmore in his tidy office, a former utilities building in Lysander, which is about 10 miles northwest of Syracuse. He is a little bit sheepish about the once traditional way of keeping in touch with people and their phone numbers with note cards mounted on a cylindrical device. Click for more
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