by Jay Lawson
The Town of Webb Planning Board recognized the 50th Anniversary of the Webb Zoning Ordinance as its last order of business during its meeting on Tuesday, December 15th.
Chairwoman Marcia Barker issued the acknowledgement, describing the Ordinance’s adoption in 1965 as a milestone.
“And I do believe it is one of the best things the town has done in the last 50 years,” she said. Continue reading
Photo by Gina Greco
The four year olds enrolled at the Kinderwood pre-school held their Christmas party on Thursday, December 17th.
During the party head teacher Diane Heroux explained how in the early days, Christmas gifts received by children were sometimes as simple as a piece of fruit. Though the concept was foreign to them, they still enjoyed the oranges gifted to them by Mrs. Heroux.
Front: O. Lemons, K. VanExeter, S. VanExeter, H. Deis
Back: Head Teacher Diane Heroux, K. Tracy-Deuss, H. Hopsicker, S. Carey, M. Mayer, L. Crimmins, M. Cahill and visitor Evan Carey
Missing from photo are: C. Russell, K. Parent, L. Rowe, N. Foster and B. DiMartino
by Jay Lawson
Republican Party candidates debated yet again on Tuesday, Decem-ber 15. Following are my personal observations.
Full disclosure: I enjoy presidential campaigns, in that they reveal a lot about our citizenry. I am not a devotee of any political party. I consider myself a Political Individualist in the John Lockean tradition. If any of my views mirror those of an established ideology, it is purely coincidental, and I will strive to fix the problem. Continue reading
To the Editor:
We are shocked, disappointed, dismayed and ripping mad concerning a paragraph in the December issue of the Weekly Adirondack page 21 entitled, Webb Board passes array of resolutions in final monthly meeting of 2015.
It reads: The Board resolves to post two “no parking” signs on the lake side of South Shore Road 100 feet from either side of the Barry’s residential driveway. The signs will be placed by the Herkimer County Highway Department. Continue reading
by Mart Allen
I am writing to congratulate The Weekly Adirondack paper for following in the tradition and role that the press once played in the defense of this nation. Over time people have forgotten the principals this nation was founded on.
It was founded in a time of duress. The country was being ruled by a tyrant in a cruel and inhumane manner. The citizens were alerted, organized and made aware of abuses and injustices, by numbers of their fellow citizens. Continue reading
The American Legion members of Post 893 wuold like to thank all who supported and purchased tickets for our Wounded Warrior Program over Snodeo weekend. All proceeds will be used to bring seven families from Fort Drum to Old Forge with an all-expense paid weekended in June. Continue reading
Front Row: S. Sauer, G. Lutz, M. Payne, L. Miller, A. Pohl, S. Ford; Middle row: G. Heath, M. Trumbauer (hidden), K. Huber, J. Clark, P. Trumbauer, A. Nerschook; Back Row: C. Hansen, R. Lutz, C. Clark, C. Clark, C. Clark, and A. Heath
by Marianne Christy
The monthly Senior Citizens Luncheon in Inlet was held at the senior room in the Inlet Town Hall on Tuesday, December 8th.
During the event, members of Inlet’s American Legion Post #1402 unveiled and presented a new American flag to the seniors for display in the Senior Room.
The flag will also be used during the annual concert that will be held under the tent in Inlet’s Arrowhead Park on Friday, July 29th.
Following the luncheon, the seniors were entertained by Inlet Common School students, who under the direction of Lorraine Fay, sang a selection of Christmas carols.