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Village of Frankfort
Village Trustee - Mark R Harris
Village Trustee - Richard Adams
Village Trustee - Michael Entwistle
Village Trustee - James Caiola
Village Clerk - Karlee Tamburro
Village Treasurer/Deputy Clerk - Doreen Fiorentino
Village Offices

110 Railroad Street

Frankfort, NY 13340










NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to residents and property owners of THE VILLAGE OF FRANKFORT that the tax roll and warrant have been filed with the Village Treasurer for the collection of taxes for fiscal Year June 1, 2014 to May 31, 2015. Taxes will be accepted for payment at the Frankfort Village Office, 110 Railroad Street beginning June 1, between the hours of 8:30 and 4:30, until June 30, 2014 without fee.  Please take further notice that on all taxes remaining unpaid as of July 1, 2014, five percent will be added for the first month, and an additional one percent for each month thereafter until paid.  A second notice will be issued, and an additional $1.00 will be added to any unpaid taxes after September 1, 2014.


By order of the Village Board

Karlee Tamburro

Village Clerk 







•  In July there will only be one meeting on Thursday July 10th at 6:30pm. It will be he Regular/Reorginization Meeting.


•  It's that ime of year again folks when we can finally get out there to do some yard work. Please remember to keep your lawns mowed and to help prevent the storm drains from flooding keep the clippings out of he streets.


•  Just a reminder to those high school students that live in the Village to fill out an application for the Village Youth Council. Applications can be found at the school, the Village offices, or by checking the Village Youth Council section of this site. Please get your applications to the Village office as soon as possible. Get involved and help make this Village better! 



The FFD will be hosting the Herkimer Oneida County Boot Camp July 7th-19th 


• The 2013 Annual Water Report is available under the Water Department section of his website






January 2014 saw electricity prices soar to near all-time highs due to the
extreme and extended cold weather coupled with natural gas prices increasing


nearly 20 times the rate it was in early December. Natural gas fuels most generators in New York State and that resulted in record levels for


electricity prices.

The cold weather also caused a new record to be set in New York State for 
winter peaking load for electricity.

We are not alone, as these conditions also affected the Mid-west and the
whole Northeast.

While we know these electric bills are shocking, it would have been much 
worse if our joint action agency, where we purchase our supplemental power,


hadn't been pro-active in securing some lower pricing which saved the Municipal members of New York about 39% or close to $7 million.

We expect with the return of more normal winter temperatures and the 
lowering of natural gas prices during the first week of February that our


bills will begin to return to more normal levels.


• State Assemblyman Atnhony Brindisi is proposing legislation that would create a Career and Technical Education Diploma for New York State high school students. For more information or to electronically sign a petition in support of the new legislation please visit

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• For more information please check the Community Events Calendar

• If you didn't see the YNN Your Hometown report click the following link:

• Important information about the new "recycleone-one and done" program at  or

• Does your organization have an event that they would like to promote in the Community Events Calendar? Email me with a description of the event and the dates and times.

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Village Historical Painting
Village of Frankfort Historical Painting
By Jim Parker

Frankfort-New York-Painting Celebrating 150 Years

            The painting depicts the Village when the Erie Canal, west Shore Railroad, the Match Factory, and the Balloon Farm were all booming.

            Carlotta Meyer was setting world records in her chemical balloons, the matches made in Frankfort were being shipped worldwide, over 400 canal boats were passing through town every 24 hours and the railroad was building a major repair facility on the east end of the Village.

            Brick buildings were replacing earlier wooden ones. New homes and churches were going up. Dirt roads were being paved and the citizens were prospering.

            From the early Palatine German settlers in the 1720s the population became more ethnic with Irish, Italian, and polish arriving to build the new Erie Canal, the railroads, and the newly developing agricultural tool factories.

            It was a pleasure to return the Village with its key industries and people to this earlier time.

Jim Parker

Folk Artist

To order prints of this painting contact Jim Parker at 315-894-4660

Or at

Visit his website at

H1N1 Virus

Information regarding the H1N1 or "Swine Flu" virus can be found on the following websites.


Breast Cancer Awarenss
Womens Health
Trick or Treating in Frankfort
Pound out Domestic Violence- Tuesday Oct 21 at 6or 6:30 in the Village office gym