Posts Tagged ‘Doug Willardson’

Town Of Webster Begins Enforcing Water Shut-Off Policy

The town of Webster Water & Sewer Departments have announced they will begin to implement their water shut-off policy in an effort to recover $400,000 in outstanding bills. According to a post on the town’s website, the policy was created in 2014 and approved by the Board of Selectmen to help the departments recover outstanding…

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Mike Shaw Named Webster’s New Police Chief

Less than 2 weeks after Chief Timothy Bent of the Webster Police Department announced his retirement date, we now know who his successor will be. In what is being called “an unprecedented, strong move for the Town and Police Department, Town Administrator Willardson has promoted a new Command Staff.” Deputy Chief Mike Shaw, who has…

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This week’s episode of Get Your Local On was recorded live at the brand new Gladys E. Kelly Library in Webster.  Wondering what was discussed at this week’s Board of Selectmen meeting?  What’s going on at Town Hall?  Could a gas explosion like the one in Lawrence happen in Webster?  There’s an update on the…

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Goodbye Fee, Hello Rate Increase For Webster Water Customers

What seems like ‘six of one and a half dozen of the other’ has come to Webster.  Instead of seeing a fee on your water bill, you’ll see a larger rate increase than expected. As we shared on Monday, there was a segment of the Webster Board Of Selectmen meeting set aside for residents to…

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Webster Must Pay The Piper To Fix Water Woes

THE LAKE 940 AUDIO: Mike Roberts talks to Webster Water Superintendent Greg Woods and Town Administrator Doug Willardson about the groundbreaking for the new water filtration plant and water rate increases. When people talk about Webster, the first thing that usually comes up is “that lake with the really long name,” but lately it is…

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