Sal Barnao, Superintendent of Highways
Mitchell Cole, Deputy Superintendent of Highways
Cornell Asset Management Program (CAMP) : Pavement Management Internship
During the summer of 2016, the Town participated in a pavement asset management program aimed at prioritizing the maintenance needs of our local roads. Two interns were hired and working alongside several municipal employees, received training in Ithaca on the Cornell Asset Management Program (CAMP). The goals of this program are to assess all local roads within a municipality and therefore create a database of each road section, prioritize the road-related maintenance and lastly assist the Town in utilizing this resource to develop a long-term road management plan. To learn more about on CAMP, see the CAMP Brochure
Please review the Ticonderoga CAMP-RS Report (2016) to learn more about the state of Ticonderoga’s roads.