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Superintendent of Highways John Greeley and the Town of LaFayette

Fifty years from now, on June 1, 2065, somebody will open up a highway department’s inspired time capsule. The four-foot metal tube, clearly marked, was set into the wall of the town of LaFayette’s brand new, state-of-the-art highway department, which had an illustrious ribbon cutting in May 30, 2015. Click for more

Superintendent of Highways Daniel P. Losquadro and the Town of Brookhaven

When a snowfall is measured in feet of accumulation or a thunderstorm blows in at 90 mph, the anxiety of a highway superintendent can be measured in consecutive sleepless nights. Yet Superintendent Daniel P. Losquadro says he never has wished he were somewhere else on snowy or windy nights other than in the superintendent’s hot seat. Click for more

Highway Superintendent Ray Smith and the Town of Niskayuna

In the words of President John F. Kennedy, “…Let the word go forth…that the torch has been passed to a new generation…”

Fast forward to 2015. “I’m the new guy. I was handed the torch and I’m carrying it.” Those are the words of Ray Smith, highway superintendent of the town of Niskayuna, on taking over the reins from longtime super (20 years to be exact) Frank Gavin. Click for more

Commissioner of Public Works Anthony Corellis and the Town of East Greenbush

It doesn’t take long to realize that Anthony Corellis is the right man for the job. Obviously comfortable in his own skin, Anthony exudes confidence as he tells of his journey to become the commissioner of public works of the town of East Greenbush. Click for more

Commissioner of Public Works Paul Schenkel and Town of Pittsford

Old Erie Canal Lock 62 has been overgrown and an abandoned mess for at least 50 years. While the original stone walls, laid without mortar are in surprisingly good shape, the terrain is woody and unavailable except to determined mountain bikers. Would anybody in this picturesque town near Rochester, really notice if the old rocky relic were allowed to remain unclaimed in the underbrush?

As Paul Schenkel, the head of the department of public works of the town of Pittsford sees it — the town’s reclamation of the historic site is yet one more solid representation of the town’s tagline — Pittsford, Preserving the Past and Pioneering for the Future. Click for more

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