by Jay Lawson
Town of Webb Councilman David Berkstresser has met recently with principals involved in the project to build a new emergency services antenna atop McCauley Mountain.
Berkstresser has joined the effort on behalf of the Town Board.
Discussions have included Webb Code Enforcement Officer Andy Getty and Bob Vander-walker, Coordinator for Herkimer County Emergency Medical Services.
The process needs to keep moving so grant money can be expended, as required, before the end of the year, according to Berkstresser. Continue reading
by Nick Rose
What type of training would be helpful for improving you business bottom line? What training would really help your not-for-profit organization? What type of training would benefit you or your employees?
We would also like to know if there is any interest for businesses or community organizations to share services. Continue reading
David Edward Geiger, 72, of The Villages in Florida passed away peacefully on February 18, 2016.
Dave, son of the late Mary and Fred Geiger, is survived by his wife Kimberly Fischer Geiger of The Villages; his sons Michael and Brad (Beth) of Myrtle Beach, SC; his brothers Steve (Mary Jane) of Endwell, NY, Tommy of Oxford, NY and John of Tampa, FL; his nephews and niece Chris (Margie), Jim (Dawn) and Michelle Heyman (Matt). Continue reading
by Jay Lawson
I am into politics in a big way. I should clarify. I hate politics. But since I am into monitoring the meandering means by which we govern ourselves in this country, I, by extension, am forced to pay attention to the people who do the actual governing and the process by which they assume their power. Politics.
This has been a golden year for me, someone who has watched elections with interest much of his life, and has often enjoyed the process somewhat. Continue reading
Back row: Claire Oehler, Cindy Beckley, Sandy White, Anne Garbarino, Isabella Worthen, Donnie Brownsey, Julie Brightsen, Carol Rivet, Kathy Welch. Front row: Louise Watson, Pauline MacDonald and Beverly Meeker. Photo by Marianne Christy
by Marianne Christy
Following a Pointed Pine Quilters luncheon at the home of Barbara and Reed Proper on February 23, Louise Watson and Pauline MacDonald thought they would be spending their usual Tuesday afternoon quilting at the Old Forge Library.
But when they arrived at the library they were surpised to see it festively decorated and filled with family and friends who had gathered to celebrate their respective birthdays. Continue reading
If you’ve been thinking this is the year you’re going to run for a seat on the Town of Webb UFSD Board of Education, now is the time to act.
One seat is up for election this year:
Candidate for a seat on the Board of Education – 5 year term (last incumbent) Sharon Evans commencing July 1, 2016 Continue reading
by Andrew Getty
The Town of Webb Planning Board has had a fairly consistent and busy agenda right through this winter.
For March 1st of this year there are five applications on the agenda.
Two of the applications are directly related to two new single family homes that will start as the weather turn warmer. Continue reading