Announcing the Retirement of The Village of Schoharie's Public Works Superintendent Bill Shroh.
After an amazing 45 years of service Bill said it is time for him to spend his time with his toys (old cars and trucks) and his wife. He started his career with the Village when the Federal Government introduced the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act on December 28, 1973, what was known as the CETA Program. After 2 years, the Village hired him on full time and he spent the next 43 years proudly serving the needs of the community. Over the years he has acquired and kept his IIA - IIB -C - and D Water Licenses as well as a IIIA Sewer License. Bill advanced to the Superintendent position and has held that position for the past 18 years. He has supported the New York Rural Water Association over the years and will be missed by many. God Speed Bill and hears wishing you many happy, healthy years of well deserved retirement!!