Legislator Carl Albano, Kent Highway Superintendent Richard Othmer Jr. and Putnam’s Deputy Commissioner of Parks Chris Ruthven at Smalley’s Corner Cemetery in Kent. When a tornado ripped through Kent in May 2018, it cut through the middle of the historic cemetery and tore down 18 Norwegian Pine trees. The trees, 60 feet high and five feet in diameter, had likely been planted as part of a public works project during the Great Depression. The Putnam County Legislature, Putnam County Highway, Parks Department and the Kent Highway Department worked in partnership to remove the trees and clean the cemetery of the storm damage.
https://www.putnamcountyny.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Putnam-County-and-the-Town-of-Kent-Highway-Department.jpg 498 1000 Brian K. Austin https://www.putnamcountyny.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/logobwsnowflake-LG-300x120.png Brian K. Austin2019-10-18 13:39:062019-10-22 10:07:48Putnam County and the Town of Kent Highway Department working together