Barre highway superintendent recognized for 20 years at Highway School

Contributed Story Posted 17 June 2015 at 12:00 am

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BARRE – Dale Ostroski, center, was recognized on June 3 for a 20-year attendance award at the School for Highway Superintendents, which is co-sponsored by the Association of Towns of the State of New York in Albany, and the Cornell Local Roads Program in Ithaca.

Ostroski is pictured with David Orr (left), director of the Cornell Local Roads Program, and Russell Page, president of New York State Association of Town Superintendents of Highways and Superintendent of Highways.

The Annual School for Highway Superintendents, or Highway School, is a conference attended by about 700 participants, the majority being local highway and public works officials. The Highway School features topics related to all aspects of highway care and maintenance.

The Cornell Local Roads Program provides training, technical assistance, and information to municipal officials and employees responsible for the maintenance, construction, and management of local highways and bridges in New York State.

Ostroski is retiring on Dec. 31 as Barre highway superintendent.