Goodell, Highway Superintendents Prepare For Upcoming Construction Season
Assemblyman Goodell meets with local highway superintendents to discuss status of Chautauqua County’s roadways
March 9, 2012
Assemblyman Andy Goodell (right) with Highway Superintendents (left to right) Greg Hallberg, Town of Ellery; Melvin Peterson, Town of Busti; Samuel Ognibene, Village of Falconer; Larry Mee, Town of Poland; Timothy Card, Town of Harmony; and Aaron Burnett, Town of Stockton.
Assemblyman Andy Goodell (R,C–Chautauqua) recently met with representatives from the New York State County Highway Superintendents Association, Inc. The Highway Superintendents were at the Capitol to discuss the rising cost of road maintenance and voice support for increased Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS) funding. “Local roads and bridges make up 87 percent of the state's roadways,” said Goodell. “In these difficult economic times, I continue to advocate for Chautauqua County towns receiving their fair share of CHIPS funding. I appreciate the creative ways that our local highway superintendents continue to hold the line on cost while still performing essential roadway maintenance.” If you have questions or concerns about conditions of local roads, or any other topic, you may contact Assemblyman Andy Goodell via his district office at 716-664-4705, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person at Fenton Building #320, 2-6 East Second Street, Jamestown, NY 14701.