Chris Marx, a New Paltz native, has been cross-endorsed by both the Democrats and Republicans for the position of superintendent of highways, a job currently held by Mike Nielson who is not running for a second term.
Marx said that he was “asked to run by Mike [Nielson] and others,” and the more that he considered the post, the more sense it made. “My job now [owner of Auto Transport] takes me out of town 99 percent of the time,” said Marx, who graduated from New Paltz High School in 1982. “I have two elderly parents that have a . . .
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