New officials take office

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  • From right, Councilman Peter G. Opilla takes the oath of office, as Ogdensburg Clerk Robin Hough reads, and Cameron Gec holds the Bible.

  • From right, Councilman Elect Michael Nardini takes the oath of office, as Ogdensburg Clerk Robin Hough reads, and Michelle Nardini holds the Bible.

OGDENSBURG — Councilman Peter G. Opilla and Councilman Elect Michael Nardini took the oath of office, Jan. 2, at the Ogdensburg Reorganization meeting.

Opilla was unanimously appointed council president; and 2018 borough appointments, Ogdensburg Fire Department list of officers, members, and drivers were unanimously approved. Councilman David Astor was absent.

In addition, regular monthly council meetings were unanimously approved for the second Mon. of each month, 7 p.m. — except Oct. 8 — to be held the second Wednesday of the month; and work sessions will be the fourth Monday of each month, except during December and May 28.

— Photos by Vera Olinski

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