Chamberlin, Cummings, compete for highway superintendent


AMENIA — With Election Day just a few weeks away, voters have two candidates ready to take on the responsibilities of highway superintendent.

Megan Chamberlin

For write-in candidate Megan Chamberlin, the idea sparked when she was asked to run by some locals. 

Given her 13 years as a full-time member of the Highway Department, she thought it would be a good fit and decided to run for public office for the first time.

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