‘Webby Way’ to Honor Late Councilman Brian Webster in New Cumberland

      New Cumberland Council gave the go-ahead for plans to honor the late Councilman Brian Webster at Monday’s meeting.  Approval was given for a plaque to be placed on the old city building at the corner of River Avenue and Jefferson Street designating the street “Webby Way.”   Webster was affectionately known as “Webby” by his many friends in the community and devoted countless hours of service to projects such as the New Cumberland Riverfest which is held each year on that street. 

    Mayor Will White told Council a family was planning use a camper on South Chester Street  as a residence.   Police Chief Lester “Chickie” Skinner said he had contacted the individual and had missed a return phone call from the individual and would contact the individual to let him know an ordinance is in place in the New Cumberland forbidding the use of a camper as a residence.

In other business, Council:

**Approved payment of monthly invoices totaling $48,357.68;

**Approved a replacing raw sewage pump for $15,471.00; impeller for $2,609.00; and installing a new discharge piping for $13,204.00 from American Rescue Plan Act funds;

**Agreed to repair the roof on the municipal garage for $5,500.00;

**Proclaimed the week Small Business Week;

**Learned the Flea Markets at New Cumberland City Park will begin May 15;

**Made a $100.00 donation to CASA’

**Appointed Judy Bartley as co-chair of the Finance Committee;

**Learned that plans continue for the Memorial Celebration and parade.  The City has invited the Park Board to join Council on the City’s float.