Town of Webb Supervisor Ted Riehle gave an overview of the town’s Preliminary Budget for 2015, at a public hearing held on Tuesday, October 28 in Old Forge.
“The Board spent a lot of time with department heads on this budget… a lot of time and effort went into this. But I’m happy to report that we are going to be operating within the tax cap [in 2015],” Riehle said. Continue reading
Town of Webb Supervisor, Ted Riehle says it has been a busy week with the engineers and contractors examining the TOBIE Trail, Lock and Dam, and The Eagle Bay Welcome Center.
At the town board meeting on Tuesday, June 10th, there was a lot of discussion about the updates to these three projects. Continue reading
At the Town of Webb Board’s June 10th meeting, Supervisor Ted Riehle acknowledged a letter written by Anne Garbarino, that was published recently in The Weekly Adirondack.
He said he agreed with her complaint about the abhorrent state of Route 28, and he encouraged others to follow her lead by calling of Department of Transportation (DOT) representatives and local elected officials.
Additionally, Riehle said he would also like to add two names to her contact list. Those displeased with road conditions on Route 28, should also contact Senator Hugh Farley at (518) 455-2181, and DOT long-term planning director, Alice Ramanych at (315) 793-2450.
The winter has taken a toll on Route 28 between Old Forge and Eagle Bay in the Town of Webb, according to Supervisor Ted Riehle, who said he has received many complaint calls recently from local motorists.
The potholes and dips on some sections are such that they threaten safety and risk damaging vehicles, Riehle said.
“I’ve contacted both Senator Hugh Farley and Assemblyman Marc Butler, as well as New York State Department of Trans-portation’s [NYS DOT] Region 2 Director, Jack Williams,” he said. Continue reading