COOPERSTOWN – Rich Brimmer believes he’s part of a success story, and as the newly appointed Otsego County highway superintendent, he intends to extend it.
Selected yesterday by the county Board of Representatives, he was at the superintendent’s desk this morning, as he’s been as deputy superintendent since Bill Mason – “a great mentor” – retired last November after three years on the job.
COOPERSTOWN – Rich Brimmer, deputy superintendent of the Otsego County Highway Department, was promoted today to succeed retiring Highway Superintendent Bill Mason.
Brimmer, who lives in Burlington Flats, has served as Mason’s deputy since 2017, and is a longtime member of the 50-person department. He served as construction supervisor before being promoted to deputy.
The county Board of Representatives approved his selection today after an executive session.