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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
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
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