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For many, the road to the highway superintendent’s chair is usually a pretty typical journey up the ladder. But Jonathan Foote’s path to the top spot in the town of Morris’s highway department (and what he did once he got there) was far from typical. Click for more
When it came time for Mark Minick to take over as highway superintendent for the town of Stillwater it didn’t go down the way he expected. Instead of a calm and quiet transition of power, it was baptism by fire.
Mark remembers it well.
“I got out of the shower and the fire whistle blew. Click for more
Mention Lake Placid to most people and the first thing they think of is the Olympics and the 1980 U.S. hockey team’s “Miracle on Ice” gold medal victory. This, along with an annual Iron Man Triathlon, which is held in July each year in conjunction with the Empire State Games, draws thousands to this scenic locale in Essex County, N. Click for more
“Everything I do is for the veterans.”
Whether it’s riding his motorcycle as part of the Patriot Guard Riders or raising money for the Wounded Warrior Project*, Steve Oliver, highway superintendent of the town of Guilderland, is all about helping the men and women who served this country. Click for more
Bill DuBois has been the Sodus highway superintendent since 2000. But before that, he had an entirely different line of work … apples.
Bill’s family has been in the apple business since 1935 and their 125-acre apple orchard produces an average of 70,000 bushels of apples a year. Click for more
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