The Columbia Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) Board of Directors has elected Kenneth P. Leggett to the Board.
Kenneth Leggett is a self-employed general contractor, a career that has spanned over 40 years. He specializes in new home construction and home additions, as well as electrical, masonry and plumbing upgrades.
“We are pleased to welcome Ken as a new member of the Board,” remarked CEDC Board Chair David Fingar. “Ken brings over 40 years of knowledge and experience, especially in residential construction. We look forward to Ken providing a fresh perspective as we continue to lead and facilitate positive economic development growth for Columbia County.”
Kenneth serves as Assessor for the Towns of Livingston and Ancram, positions he has held for 45 years and 12 years. He is a former member of the Livingston Fire Company, having served for 23 years.
“It is a privilege and honor to be selected to the Board of Directors for CEDC,” remarked Kenneth Leggett. “The opportunity to work with the members of this board and to guide CEDC will be a fulfilling experience.”
Ken and his longtime significant other Diane Popow reside in the hamlet of Livingston. They have four grown children and ten grandchildren. They enjoy vacationing in Puerto Vallarta and cheering on the Yankees.