Ogden's road network consists of 67.5 km of which 56.9 km are gravel. Upkeep, repairs and snow clearing of this network eat up about 50 % of our annual operating budget. In 2021, the previous council had instituted a five year plan for the repair and improvement of the network which we have continued to this day.
Your council has its first year under its belt. It has been a learning process for all of us and especially for the new mayor and the four new councillors.
Ogden Chronicle September / October 2022
Ogden is one of 17 municipalities which make up the Memphremagog MRC (Municipalité régionale de comté) of
which Magog is the central city. Our MRC is one of the most progressive and visionary MRCs in all of Quebec. It has a team of competent and devoted professionals who are at the service of its component municipalities.
To learn more, please read the Ogden Chronicle latest edition.
Ogden Chronicle, July and August 2022.
Mayor's David Lépine report for June 2021 to May 2022.
Ogden Chronicle March/April 2022
Contrary to popular belief, the sorting of recyclable material is very useful for the community. In point of fact, the Memphremagog MRC has obtained impressive results in reducing the actual volume of material sent to landfill despite an increase in population. This has resulted in substantial cost savings for all.
There have been numerous media reports on recycling problems in Quebec, particularly in the Montreal area. This has discouraged many citizens from making the effort to properly sort their garbage believing that it all ends up in the same “pile” anyway.
This is definitely not our situation, not in our MRC nor here in Ogden. Each ton that is recycled is one less ton
sent to the landfill and one more ton with value added helping protect our environment while generating substantial savings in transport and handling costs. Our system works well but is dependent on your effort to properly sort at the source. We intend getting even more involved at the board level of the Régie intermunicipale des déchets de Coaticook specifically concerning the volume of residual material eliminated at the central landfill site. We will be increasing our surveillance of our central site in order to improve our recycling ratio and we ask all citizens to contribute.
Also there will be a special large objects rubbish collection (see the announcement in this Chronicle).
David Lépine, mayor
Ogden Chronicle, June 2020 - May 2021
Mayor's annual report, June 2020 to May 2021.
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