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Posted on November 21, 2014 at 9:30 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
With the Thanksgiving holiday this week and Christmas approaching, it 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; especially as our national and state economies remain fragile. It is during this season that beckons all of us to put aside our differences and be supportive of each other.
From my years as a small business owner, Town Councilmember and now as Supervisor, 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 part of what makes Webster such a great community.
On behalf of the Town Board, 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 our sincere appreciation.
In this season of being thankful, please allow me to personally thank my dear wife Karen, our children and grandchildren; thank you for putting up with my long work hours. Family means everything and you have always been there for me, for which I am so 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 Randy Nelson, my thanks to you for the continued support to help make the Town of Webster the place, “where life is worth living!” To my assistant, PattiAnn Schultz, my thanks to her for her professionalism, work ethic and wonderful sense of humor. 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 27th and Friday, November 28th 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