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Posted on August 13, 2018 at 10:19 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
A presentation by Mr. Rob Levine, member of the Rochester Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby, has been scheduled for Thursday, August 23, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. in the Town Board Room. All Webster residents are encouraged to attend and learn about reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
This group is a non-profit, non-partisan, organization focused on a market based, revenue neutral solution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Mr. Levine has worked with the City of Rochester, Town of Penfield, Town of Pittsford, Town of Brighton, Town of Henrietta and the Town of Irondequoit, and will be addressing the Webster Town Board seeking our approval to move forward with a town resolution.
The Webster Town Board is looking forward to his presentation and encourages other Webster residents to attend.
On behalf of the Webster Town Board, I extend congratulations to Officer Michael Nicossia! Officer Nicossia officially graduated from the Monroe County Police Academy on Friday, and is now a full-time Webster Police Officer. After nine months of schooling and three months of field training, Officer Nicossia will now be working a full-time officer and taking his place on one of the shifts within the Webster Police Department. Again, congratulations Officer Nicossia!
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Ronald W. Nesbitt
Posted on July 30, 2018 at 10:01 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
This past Thursday morning Councilman Barry Deane and I, along with Village Mayor Darrell Byerts and Village Administrator Jake Swingly met at the Village Well Fields to review complaints that the town has received over dumping on the site.
The metals and other white goods have been removed from the site, and the mounds of concrete will be removed before the end of August.
This will restore the site back to its intended use of a well field and keep intact the Open Space Overlay District that the Town put on this area, and surrounding properties, in 2003 to keep the character of the area as open space and green space for the future of the town.
A big “Thank You” goes to the Village Trustee’s for listening to the town residents that live in that area and their concerns about the Village Well Field.
Joint Town and Village Sewer Study
The Town Board and the Village Board agreed in January to do a joint study regarding the Village Sewer Treatment Plant along with the Town of Webster’s Sewer Treatment plant.
The study will be done in a couple weeks and delivered to the Village Trustee’s and their consultant for their review. After that, the Town Board will schedule a public meeting on the report for the Webster residents to review and ask questions.
Posted on July 25, 2018 at 8:56 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
The third annual Webster Waterfront Arts Festival will be this weekend on Saturday, July 28th and Sunday, July 29th at North Ponds Park. This has been an outstanding event the last two years and we expect it to be as successful this year!
Artists from all over Monroe County will be there for the two days showing off their wares in a beautiful setting around North Ponds Park. There will also be food trucks along with entrainment during the day, along with a wine tasting booth and other outstanding exhibits.
So make some time this weekend and plan on enjoying the Webster Waterfront Arts Festival. I hope to see you there!
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