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Posted on December 11, 2017 at 10:59 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
We are all moved back in to the newly renovated Webster Town Hall! On Thursday, November 30th and Friday, December 1st the Webster Town Hall was closed for services as we moved from our temporary location back in to our newly renovated Town Hall. As you know, the Town Hall building had been closed since April while we completed extensive renovations to the building that was built back in 1956.
The renovations included enlarging the restrooms, enhancing security inside the building during working hours, adding a lunch room for employees, upgrading the facilities inside the Police Department, enlarging the Building Department, Assessment and Finance areas, upgrading the interior of the building, and taking out the asbestos left in the building.
While we are back at the Town Hall building and have resumed regular business hours, we ask for your continued patience as we all try to get accustomed to our new surroundings. We also still have minor maintenance we still need to do like hanging pictures, signage, some clean-up outside, some IT work still needs to be done, and other little details.
In May, 2018 the town is planning to have an open house of all of our town facilities. This will give our residents the opportunity to see the current upgrades at the Town Hall and Justice Court buildings, along with being able to explore our first rate Library, Recreation Building, our new Parks Building, the Highway Department, and Sewer Department, along with the equipment staffed by our top notch First Responders.
As always, if you have any questions about your town government, please feel free to contact me during regular business hours at (585) 872-7068; or email me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ronald W. Nesbitt
Posted on November 27, 2017 at 9:20 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
On Thursday, November 30th and Friday, December 1st the Webster Town Hall will be CLOSED for services as we are moving from our temporary location back in to our newly renovated Town Hall! The Town Hall building has been closed since April while we completed extensive renovations to the building that was built back in 1956.
The Webster Justice Courts and the Webster Police Department will remain open to the public during the moving process. However, as always, if you have an emergency and need police assistance, please dial 9-1-1.
The Town Hall will be open for business on Monday, December 4th and resume regular business hours. We are confident that the $1.8 million renovations of the building will serve Webster residents well in to the future without spending millions of dollars on a brand new Town Hall.
Posted on November 20, 2017 at 9:31 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
With the Thanksgiving holiday this week and Christmas just around the corner, this is the time of the year to be both thankful for what we have, be appreciative of family and friends, and be mindful of others. I have always been inspired by the generosity of the Webster community to those less fortunate. This spirit of one neighbor helping another is just one part of what makes Webster such a great community.
I wish to extend my sincere gratitude to the many volunteers throughout Webster who have given of themselves by donating their time, effort, and in some cases financial assistance. This is what the spirit of the holidays is truly about; helping those who truly need help. It would be impossible to list every person and organization, so to all of them please accept not only my sincere appreciation, but also the appreciation of the entire Town Board.
In this season of being thankful, allow me to personally thank some very special people.
To my dear wife Karen, our children and grandchildren; thank you for your constant love, support and putting up with me and my long work hours. My family means everything to me and you have always been there for me, for which I am so very grateful.
To the men and women that I call my Department Heads I extend a huge note of thanks for their dedication and hard work. To the Town Board, Bill Abbott, Patti Cataldi, Barry Deane and Alecia Mazzo; my thanks to you for the continued support to help make the Town of Webster the place, “where life is worth living!” To all the employees here at the Town – thank you for your hard work on behalf of the residents. Without these individuals I would not be able to govern the Town of Webster and provide the services in which we have come to depend upon.
Just a reminder that Webster Town Hall will be closed Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24th to allow our employees to spend time with their family and friends for this Thanksgiving holiday.
On behalf of all the employees of the Town of Webster, I wish you and yours a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
Ronald W. Nesbitt
Webster Town Supervisor