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Steve Lollman Sr

Steve E. Lollman Sr., Highway Superintendent

Seeking re-election as the Town Highway Supervisor

  • Married : to the former Gloria McNamara
  • Children: Steve Jr. age 28 & Kristina age 25
  • Resident of the Town of Marshall for 30 years.
  • Graduate: of Oriskany Falls High School, Class of 1967.
  • Four years in the Navy during the Vietnam War.
  • College: Herkimer County Community College.

Qualifications

  • Current Highway Superintendent of the Town of Marshall.
  • Experience on heavy equipment while employed at the Town of Madison.
  • Served as Deputy to Art Fuller at the Town of Madison.
  • Owner/operator of K & S Trucking, LLC.
  • I have been in business for 17 years
  • I have been around road construction for over 25 years.

Objectives if re-elected:

  1. Keeping our roads safe and passable.
  2. Re-doing the roads in the township so that they will last for a few years.
  3. Maintain equipment.
  4. Staying within the budget to keep our taxes within reason.
  5. Answering and addressing taxpayers concerns personally.

Endorsements

The voters of the Town of Marshall are fortunate that Steve Lollman is running for re-election as Highway Superintendent.

Steve has always been responsive to the needs of the community, especially when it comes to its infrastructure. Think back to the flooding in June, 2013, when so many roads were in need of repair.

Steve and his crew were there. Think of the Marshall Towpath, arguably the jewel of the community: Steve, because of his dedication and perseverance, was able to put it literally back together after the floods. This towpath is used by so many people in and out of the Town of Marshall. At any given time, you?ll find runners, walkers, dogs, or bicyclists on the Trail. Even the Hamilton College Women?s Cross Country team practiced there. In the winter, it is a great resource for skiers and snowmobilers. It is a tribute to our community and to our Highway Superintendent that keeping the Marshall Towpath open was a priority.
On Tuesday, November 5, vote to re-elect Steve Lollman as Highway Superintendent.

Janet and Bob Dangler
Letter to the editor, Waterville Times. October 30, 2013