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Posted on January 4, 2013 at 11:54 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
I was notified last week that the Town of Webster has received the “Project of the Year Award” from the American Public Works Association for the Webster Recreation Center in the Structural Project class of less than $5 million. The award was established to promote excellence in the management and administration of public works projects by recognizing the alliance between the managing agency, the engineer and a contractor who together have led to a successful completion of a public works project.
Our thanks go out to our construction partners Peter Wehner and Daniel Savage with Passero Associates, David Christa and John Radesi with Christa Construction, Angelo Antonini with D’Agostino General Contractors, Tony Pipitone with Pipitone Enterprises, Jim La Tranga with Kennedy Mechanical Contractors, John Loiacono with Concord Electric, and Mark O’Connor with SRI Fire Sprinkler that made this award possible.
The dinner celebrating this award will take place on January 30, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. at the RIT Inn and Conference Center.
Snowmobile Law is in Effect
It is that time of year to remind everyone that riding snowmobiles on the Hojack Trail and the bike path along the Route 104 expressway will get you an appearance ticket in front of the Judge. The town has a law in effect that bands this activity in these areas and I wish snowmobilers would abide by the law and not risk injury to residents using these paths for walking and other snow activities. Snowmobiling is not meant to be done on someone else’s property, harming their trees, grass and driveways, and not having the courtesy of respecting that persons property. So please take your snowmobiling activity to a safe property that you have permission to use and enjoy yourselves but please respect others property here in Webster.
Disrespecting someone else’s property makes them upset, which in turn makes them call the Town Supervisor, which in turn makes the Town Board discuss the situation, and the end result could lead to additions to the local law to band snowmobiling in Webster. Let us all show respect so we do not have to take that drastic step here in our town.
As always, 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
Webster Town Supervisor