May 24, 2018

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 Today’s Advertiser newspaper INCORRECTLY reported that the council approved a 3.5% tax increase.
That number is completely incorrect, the actual tax increase that was introduced and approved is 2.02%.
The percentage increase was not even discussed at the approval meeting and we do not know where this false calculation came from.

Elizabethtown Gas UPDATE


Great news! Elizabethtown Gas is prepared to move forward with providing access to natural gas service in the selected Ogdensburg developments of Presidents, Marianne Estates, Foothills South, Beardslee and Foxhill. In order to move forward with the gas main installation, we will need each resident who previously expressed interest in natural gas to sign up for Elizabethtown Gas service at our next town hall, April 10, 2018, 7 p.m. at the Ogdensburg Fire Station located on 30 Main Street. This time sensitive next step is crucial to ensure you get access to clean, safe, reliable and affordable natural gas.

If you still have questions regarding natural gas conversion, a team of independent qualified contractors will be on hand to answer your questions. Please RSVP to this event, via or by calling 732.850.6925 and be sure to encourage your neighbors to attend. Refreshments will be provided.

If you expressed interest in converting to natural gas, and are unable to attend the town hall you can contact me directly at 732.850.6925 or via email at to sign up for natural gas service.

We look forward to seeing you. For additional information on natural gas conversions, the benefits of natural gas, and to calculate your home’s potential energy savings, please visit:




Members and Friends of the OHS,
Join us for our first quarterly meeting of 2018 on Wednesday, March 7th at 7:00 P.M. at the Museum. With Spring “just around the corner”, we begin this new year hoping to see the OHS continue to grow and provide our members and friends with educational and entertaining programs. With that as our goal, we are very pleased to announce that Bill Kroth, President and CEO of the SHMM, and Gordon Powers, Advisory Board member of the SHMM, will be our guest speakers. The topic will be “Cutting the 22 ton slab of fluorescent ore for the America Museum of Natural History”. Mr. Kroth states:”It will be a 25-30 minute PowerPoint slide presentation. Included will be a description of preparation by the SHMM and Fred Rowett, overview of machinery used, the Italian stone cutters, and the crane pick.


 Effective immediately Due to the Heaters Pond

Dam repair project , the pond is CLOSED for ALL

activities until further notice.  Swimming, Ice skating and Ice fishing will not be permitted


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