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Posted on August 26, 2013 at 9:58 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
I would like to thank Senator Mike Nozzolio and Assemblyman Mark Johns for their help in getting the Home Rule passed that allowed the Town of Webster to transfer the Robb Cemetery over to the Village of Webster.
Without the due diligence of Mr. Nozzolio and Mr. Johns over the past two years this transfer to the village would never have taken place. Since all abandoned cemeteries revert back to town government, a sponsored home rule by our state Senator and Assemblymen was necessary to make this transfer happen so that the Village Board of Trustees can move forward with their plans for the cemetery.
Once again, on behalf of the Webster community I would like to thank Senator Nozzolio and Assemblymen Johns for their time in helping the Town and Village government in their cooperation to preserve this cemetery for future generations.
Last Weekend Before School Starts
We at Town Hall wish everyone a great Labor Day weekend and want to remind everyone that school starts this year one day earlier than in previous years. The first day of school this year is Tuesday, September 3rd. Just a reminder to everyone to watch out for the school buses and that you must STOP if the red flashing lights are flashing on a school bus as you approach.
We also wish the many first time full-time kindergartens here in Webster great success and hope all students (and teachers!) have a great year in the Webster Central School system.
Budget for 2014
The Town Budget for 2014 is slowing moving along as the Town Board pours over the numbers given to us by our fourteen Department Heads. The Town Board will be meeting soon to go over the numbers and decide what expenses and revenues will be needed this coming year to provide the same services to Webster residents as in the past. The Supervisor’s Budget will be presented to the Town Clerk on Friday, September 20th. The Public Hearing on the 2014 Budget will be held on October 3rd and will be open for comments from residents.
If you should 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 email@example.com
Ronald W. Nesbitt