SUPERINTENDENT OF HIGHWAYS
Marc Dorsey is running for his second term as Bethlehem Highway Superintendent. Marc is a lifelong resident of Bethlehem and lives in Selkirk with his wife Michelle, two children, Marshall and Madelynn, and their dogs Milo & Maximus. Marc was raised in Bethlehem by his Father, Pat Dorsey who was a Detective Sgt with the Bethlehem Police Department and his Mother Barbara, brothers Stephen and David and his sister Heather. Marc has always loved this town and will continue to be a strong and capable leader who works tirelessly to enhance the local infrastructure, be efficient with highway resources and assist in the preservation of the town's character.
As a current Staff Sergeant in the Air National Guard and a former Sergeant in the Army National Guard, Marc never envisioned himself in the political arena. In addition to his service of 16 years in the Armed Forces, Marc also spent 13 years as a Logistics Specialist for the NY State Department of Homeland Security Emergency Services.
Marc graduated from BCSD in 1989 and joined the International Union of Operating Engineers and the United Brotherhood of Carpenters apprenticeship programs before earning a Certificate in Construction Technology from Hudson Valley Community College. After spending a decade in commercial trades construction, working as an operating engineer, Marc followed in the steps of his father and pursued a career in law enforcement and graduated from the Zone 5 Police Academy and became a NY State certified law enforcement officer. As a police officer, Marc worked in both the Village of Altamont and the town of Coeymans.