Employees to be honored at Ogdensburg meeting; several resolutions set for action
OGDENSBURG – Several Ogdensburg City employees will be honored Monday with New York Conference of Mayors awards for years of service.
Ogdensburg City Council is also expected to act on several resolutions including an extension of the airport security contract and an agreement regarding the wastewater treatment project.Other resolutions to be discussed include an amendment to the city sewer code, an agreement with Enbridge St. Lawrence Gas to use a portion of the Maple City Trail to access the Oswegatchie River for geotechnical drilling and borrowing $9.9 million to pay for part of the cost of the construction improvements for the wastewater treatment plant.
An executive session will also be held to discuss the employment history or a particular individual.
Those set honored include:
• Police Chief Andrew Kennedy for 30 years of service at the Ogdensburg Police Department
• Ronald Bouchard for 30 years of service at the Ogdensburg Fire Department
• Laura Foster for 30 years of service at the Frederic Remington Art Museum
• Jack Besaw for 30 years of service at the Department of Public Works
• James Lowery for 25 years at the Ogdensburg Fire Department
Also at the meeting a presentation regarding a planed fleet management program will be held.
Mayor Wayne Ashley is also expected to make sign a proclamation recognizing National Constitutional Week, which will be proposed by the Daughters of the American Resolution.
The meeting will be held at Monday at 7 p.m. at the Ogdensburg City Council.