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Cayuga County Hires New Highway Department Leader

For the first time since 2017, Cayuga County has a permanent highway superintendent. The county Legislature voted to appoint Brian Soper to the position with a four-year term, filling a vacancy that dates back to the start of 2018 and includes a period when the job was essentially eliminated. Soper previously served as the elected highway superintendent for the town of Sterling since 2012. Read More >>

O’Mara, Senate GOP Colleagues Unveil ‘Reset New York’ Strategy

New York State Sen. Tom O’Mara joined his Senate Republican colleagues Tuesday to unveil a “Reset New York State” agenda—spelling out the conference’s priorities for the new legislative session getting underway this week.

Sen. O’Mara stressed the Senate GOP plans to be a voice for local economies, taxpayers, job creators, workers and communities, and to work against what the senator views as a devastating move toward an even more high-taxing, out-of-control spending approach to state government. Read More >>

Leyden Joins Foit-Albert

Catherine Leyden joins the Business Development Group as a Marketing Proposal Coordinator, as part of the proposal development team. Read More >>

Delta Welcomes Sisti, Helmer and O'Neill

Delta Engineers, Architects, Land Surveyors, & Landscape Architects, DPC (Delta) is pleased to announce the addition of Michael D. Sisti, PE in the Vernon office as a Construction Inspector and Roseann M. Helmer and Daniel P. O’Neill in the Schenectady office as Assistant Landscape Architects. 


National News

Industry Comments Support FHWA Proposal on Infrastructure Design Standards

Public comments submitted to the Federal Highway Administration regarding a recent proposal that would allow more flexibility with design standards when repairing highways and interstates reflect an overwhelming show of support from industry groups and transportation agencies. Read More>>

Technology Applications Will Allow Us to Develop a 21st Century Infrastructure

In 1919, a young Dwight Eisenhower was part of a convoy that drove from Washington, D.C. to San Francisco. The trip, which took 62 days, is said to be a key reason he pushed for a nationwide system of paved roads. Read More>>

Virtual Winter Conference Is Coming!


The NYSCHSA Annual Winter Conference is a gathering of Superintendents, Commissioners, and their staffs looking for innovative and cost-effective solutions. Whether your objective is to introduce new products or services, strengthen your relationship with existing clients, or prospect for new business, you need to participate in this exclusive event. We host a strong program with educational sessions that will appeal to all Superintendents and Commissioners working to improve their County Highway Departments and services.

The 2021 Virtual Winter Conference consists of two days of virtual education and engagement, The New York State County Highway Superintendents Association will provide an interactive, visually rich, robust learning experience from your computer, tablet, or mobile phone.

Affiliate members will have the opportunity to engage with participants in our virtual exhibit hall as well as attend virtual sessions. The virtual exhibit hall provides several unique opportunities to showcase materials.


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