Wednesday, February 19, 2020
ANTIGONISH: The appeal of a town council decision to approve a development agreement is getting a public hearing. John and Josephine Monkman appealed to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (NSUARB) about a Town of...
  MULGRAVE: The chief administrative officer (CAO) of the Town of Mulgrave says following a recent community engagement project with the StFX Extension department, the town is looking at a possible co-operative approach.   “One of the outcomes was...
MULGRAVE: A pair of donations will cover some much-needed repairs to the community pool and its facility. Darlene Berthier Sampson, Mulgrave’s chief administrative officer, told The Reporter town officials recently received two donations in the amount of $6,500...
HALIFAX: Low-income seniors will be able to afford to stay in their homes longer, thanks to the Property Tax Rebate for Seniors. “The rebate program is one of the many ways we’re working to help seniors with...
INVERNESS COUNTY: Potentially having a commercial airport set up in the Inverness area has caused a fair bit of public conversation in the last few weeks, and last week a representative behind the www.BuildCapeBreton.ca Website tapped The Reporter on the...
PORT HOOD: Inverness County CAO Keith MacDonald said it was only right to start with an apology when addressing Port Hood residents concerned about their water last Wednesday night. “We did not want to be in...
CANSO: An application has been filed to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board for the transfer of the assets of the Canso Electric Light Utility (CEU) from the Municipality of the District of Guysborough to...
PORT HOOD: A number of community groups in Inverness County will receive funding from their municipal government. The funding confirmations came during council’s regular July meeting, taking place last Thursday at the municipal building in Port Hood.
PORT HOOD: Trudy Gillis, who serves as Manager of Environmental and Facility Compliance for the Municipality of Inverness County, reported to council last Thursday. A number of water and wastewater issues throughout the municipality have been remedied,...
ANTIGONISH: The courthouse is remaining under current ownership. During a special meeting of Antigonish Municipal Council on July 5, council members voted to accept amendments to the lease between the province and the municipality for the Antigonish Courthouse.


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