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Posted on January 23, 2018 at 8:58 AM by PattiAnn Schultz
It all started with the new Federal tax change and the need for many Webster residents to pay their Town and County taxes in 2017 before they were due in 2018. The Town Clerks Office has handled over 1,600 payments, in house and through the mail, before the beginning of 2018. Even today they are still issuing receipts to Webster residents who mailed their bill to Town Hall. Your continued patience is appreciated as they are working as fast as they can to send those back out to you as well as waiting on customers paying taxes in 2018.
The Town of Webster Highway Department has been plowing snow on a couple of the holidays this year which did not allow them the opportunity to spend that time with their families as the snow fell on Christmas and New Year’s Day. They made sure the roads were safe so people coming to and from our community could do so safely.
Please remember that in snowy weather conditions it takes over eight hours for the 27 pieces of equipment to do a complete loop of all the main roads, and the sub-divisions, before they restart the process all over again. So if you where one of the roads done first, it is going to take seven hours before your sub-division will get plowed for a second time. There are also other variables taken in to consideration like where the snow is falling, along Lake Ontario or more inland, etc. Once again, your continued patience is appreciated as they are trying to get the roads plowed as fast as possible.
The Webster Police Department continues to protect and serve the Webster community 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year during any weather condition. Even with the ever changing weather conditions, our officers are still receiving calls for speed enforcement.
Residents throughout the town are speeding and it seems like I hear about a different street each week. The police are increasing enforcement in these areas but they cannot be everywhere at every moment. Please obey the posted speed limits in town and drive as if your child was playing on street you are traveling.
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