"Believe it or not, you couldn't do that just a little while ago," Cunningham said.
Currently some of the town's water pump stations have to checked on every day by town workers, according to Cunningham, but soon the town will be able to monitor any water and waste water problems remotely because of computerized upgrades.
Cunningham won his first full term in 2007 by nearly doubling his challenger James Grady's 3,299 votes with 6,045 of his own. Prior to that, he was appointed by the town board to replace former supervisor Theresa Egan. He was an Albany County Legislator before becoming supervisor, a seat now occupied by Tom Cotrofeld.
There will be four other townwide seats to be voted on in November, including two town board seats, town clerk and highway superintendent. ""