NORTH WEBSTER — North Webster Town Council approved a change of zoning for two properties during its monthly meeting Tuesday, Feb. 14. The properties in question are located at 303 S. Main St. and 103 E. South St., and owned by Ralph W. and Alice E. Luce.
They had requested a zoning change from the county planning commission from commercial to residential and the county requested the town sign off. Alice E. Luce, also known as Betsy Luce, is the elected clerk-treasurer of North Webster.
North Webster Police Department was represented by Officer Candy Smythe. She reported Officer Dan Buell will be back from training Thursday, Feb. 16, and be back at work on the following Sunday. During January, the NWPD answered 165 calls of service with the most, 25, being citizens assists and lockouts. The department had 706 officer hours. Miles driven were 4,608 and fuel used was 323.4 gallons.
There was no utilities report due to the illness of Severn Trent Utilities Manager Mike Noe. With no other business, the meeting closed. Attending were council members Jon Sroufe, Lisa Strombeck and David Waliczek, Town Attorney Jack Birch, Luce and Smythe.
The next meeting of the North Webster Town Council is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 21, in the North Webster Community Center, 301 N. Main St.