If re-elected, Woodson said he wants to work on updating the highway department building, continue work on town roads and “keep forward on making the highway department the best it can be.”
Woodson, 56, of Riverhead, is running for his fourth term as town highway department superintendent. He graduated from Riverhead High School and enlisted in the Army, serving four years as a police traffic accident investigator. Woodson held driver, heavy equipment operator and other positions in the highway department until he was elected in 2008 as supervisor. Woodson is married.