Tuesday, October 16, 2018
ARICHAT: Council was thanked for providing financial assistance to a local organization. During its regular monthly meeting on September 24 in Arichat, Richmond Municipal Council approved a contribution of $25,000 to the Strait Richmond Palliative Care Society. After accepting the donation,...
ANTIGONISH: Council wants something done about a local intersection. Following a regular monthly meeting of council for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish on September 18, Warden Owen McCarron said council is still awaiting word from the province on...
BY: Heather MacAdam ANTIGONISH: The Town of Antigonish is partnering with StFX to make the university’s Homecoming 2018 a success for students and residents. During its regular monthly meeting on September 17, Antigonish Town Council agreed to contribute $4,000 to support...
ANTIGONISH: A local municipality would like to see more progress from the provincial government on the issue of infrastructure funding. During a regular monthly meeting last week, Antigonish Warden Owen McCarron said he and municipal clerk/treasurer Glen Horne met with...
GUYSBOROUGH: The Warden of the Municipality of the District of Guysborough says he is still confident the proposed spaceport near Canso will still be going ahead. In July, representatives with Strum Consulting and Maritime Launch Services Ltd., the company behind...
GUYSBOROUGH: Following requests from a number of property owners, council has decided to release restrictive covenants on properties in the Fox Island Main area. Municipal officials approved the request for release during the regular monthly meeting of council for the...
HALIFAX: The MLA for Cape Breton-Richmond is unhappy with lack of weed and bush clearing along roadsides in her constituency. During Question Period in the Nova Scotia Legislature on September 13, Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon told the house about...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council adopted three new policies – the Council Code of Conduct Policy, Council Meetings and Proceedings Policy, and a Travel Expense Policy – following the repeal of a by-law that governed those matters. “We repealed the...
HALIFAX: The province’s health minister was questioned about the lack of supports in Cape Breton for victims of sexualized violence. During Question Period in the Nova Scotia Legislature, Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon referenced a case from 2015 when a...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council is mulling over the pros and cons of a policy that shifts the cost of managing specific wastes/recycling materials from municipalities to producers. Putting the bug in council’s ear about the policy, called Extended Producer...
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