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Dedicated. Determined. Dependable — that’s Larry LaMora, a man destined to be highway superintendent for the town of Rotterdam.
Born in Plattsburgh, N.Y., Larry and his family moved to Rotterdam when he was one.
“I was raised by my mother and step-father,” he said. Click for more
It happens every once in a while, people thinking that Bob Kehlenbeck in the upstate town of Alabama, actually lives in the deep southern state, the town’s namesake.
“Once I had a problem with a truck transmission and the manufacturer said they would have the proper rep call me back. Click for more
George Woodson considers himself a lifelong resident of Riverhead, N.Y., having lived there for 50 years, excluding the four years he served with the U.S. Army as a military police traffic investigator.
George was first hired in the town of Riverhead’s highway department as a laborer in 1985. Click for more
In his first 16 months as highway superintendent for the town of Berne, Randy Bashwinger is proving he’s a force to be reckoned with.
It all started back in March when Randy was out of town. At 7:30 p.m. on a Friday, the town supervisor went to the homes of two highway department employees and told them they were laid off. Click for more
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
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