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Posted on December 14, 2015 at 10:29 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
Without notice from Time Warner to the town they have moved Webster’s local television station for residents that have a direct cable line running into their television sets. In the past we were on 98.4 and now we have been moved to 5.12 on your television sets. If you were like me looking for the Zoning Board meeting last Tuesday night on 98.4 and received no signal that would be the reason why.
After phone calls made to Time Warner by Cable Director Karen Buck, the town was advised that our signal had been moved to 5.12. Now if you put in number 5 and it does not go to 5.12 then you will need to reprogram your channels on your television set by going to the menu key and reprogramming.
Residents with a cable box will still receive their local television cable station on cable station 12 as in the past. I hope that this message clears up the question surrounding where your local Town Board, Planning Board, and Zoning Boards are being seen at home. Your Town Board believes in open government throughout the Webster community and certainly you should have the opportunity to watch the activities of the three major boards in the comfort of your home at any time.
January 1st is the Town’s Organization Meeting
On Friday, January 1, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. the Town Board will hold its 2016 Organization Meeting. Also at this meeting, the Hon. Thomas DiSalvo will be swearing in our newly elected town officials; Supervisor Ronald Nesbitt, Town Justice David Corretore, Councilman William Abbott and Councilwoman Alecia Mazzo.
The meeting is open to the public and we kindly invite the Webster community to attend and witness the swearing in of your new town officials for 2016.
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 email@example.com
Ronald W. Nesbitt