Public works official pleads guilty to DWI

GLENS FALLS (AP) — Warren County, New York is trying to work out a separation agreement for its public works superintendent.

The Post-Star says Jeffrey E. Tennyson has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor driving while intoxicated. He was arrested Jan. 28 arrest in Glens Falls.

Assistant Superintendent Kevin Hajos is overseeing the Department of Public Works in Tennyson’s absence.

Tennyson was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge, which requires him to remain arrest-free and complete certain requirements.

The case was prosecuted by the Saratoga County district attorney’s office. The DA’s office stepped away from the case because of its work relationship with Tennyson.