Well folks it is census time once again; hard to believe that 10 years have passed. We are hopeful that everyone in our community takes this seriously and fills out the form quickly, getting it back into the mail. These forms are being hand-delivered house to house, each house should be receiving their little package very soon. Truly, it does only take about 10 minutes to fill it out, and it is ever so important.
We all received in the mail a post card from the Willsboro Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee asking us to fill out a community survey. The Willsboro steering committee has worked hard to develop a compressive plan for the future development of our community on how we would like to see our community be well into the future. It is very important that they get community input. I picked my copy of the survey up at the Town Hall and it is great to be able to give my opinions on future growth. This survey can also be done online if you like to use your computer: www.surveymonkey.com/s/willsborocomprehensiveplan, but please take the time to lend your choices; this also needs to be returned soon.
I understand that Cleo Lobdell recently had a great family birthday celebration; it is great to become 5 years old. It seems that families really like to celebrate the very young and the very old years, and not so much the ones in between, so enjoy.
Well for those that like to enjoy the community events it is a busy weekend and you will have to pick and choose how you want to spend the Saturday evening events being offered. Another interesting event that is coming up on Friday, March 19, at 7 p.m. Linda Heintz will present a history of and the future projection for the Old Grist Mill. The Heintz are the present owners of the mill and are slowly trying to bring the grist mill back into a better condition. This is a Willsboro Heritage Society Program open to the interested public at the Visitor's Center.