BRISSINGS RECEIVES HONOR FROM NY “HIGHWAY SCHOOL”

(L-R): Lynne H. Irwin, director, Cornell Local Roads Program; Larry Brissing, superintendent of Highways, Town of Stony Point; Gerry Geist, executive director, Association of Towns of the State of New York
(L-R): Lynne H. Irwin, director, Cornell Local Roads Program; Larry Brissing, superintendent of Highways, Town of Stony Point; Gerry Geist, executive director, Association of Towns of the State of New York

At the 69th annual school for Highway Superintendents (Highway School), co-sponsored by the Association of Towns of the State of New York and the Albany and the Cornell Local Roads Program, longtime Stony Point Superintendent of Highways Larry Brissings was recognized for 10 years attendance at the annual event, which is intended to keep superintendents on top of the latest knowledge in the field.

Around 700 local highway and public works officials attend the Annual School for Highway Superintendents (Highway School) every year. The Highway School features short presentations of general interest to highway officials in the mornings and afternoon workshops lasting 75 minutes each. Demonstrations of new and innovative highway maintenance and technology are also given.