MULGRAVE: Officials with the Town of Mulgrave say they’re facing a loss that’s “quite a blow” to their commercial tax base. Town officials said a $100,000 budgetary shortfall comes from the successful appeal of the commercial tax assessment of an...
PORT HAWKESBURY: On February 6, the RCMP's Inverness/Richmond Street Crime Enforcement Unit and members of Port Hawkesbury RCMP searched a home and arrested three men for theft offences. The search and arrests were in relation to a report of a theft at a...
PORT HOOD: The Mining Association of Nova Scotia isn’t looking for funds from Inverness County, but the association is looking for council’s support in lobbying the provincial government for a healthy chunk of change. “The request is to support a...
PORT HOOD: A situation at the Orangedale Seniors Complex is prompting Inverness Municipal Council to tap the Cape Breton Housing Authority on the shoulder. CAO Keith MacDonald told council he’s learned that subsidence is taking place at the property. As...
ANTIGONISH: An intense hockey brawl between archrivals St. Francis Xavier University and Acadia University was triggered when an Axemen player made a comment using the word “rapist” aimed at an X-Men. The ensuing melee spread from the centre ice circle...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Reeves Street has been given the municipal stamp of approval for the road re-design, transitioning from four lanes to three and the Destination Reeves Street project has been given its final green light. Town councillors in Port Hawkesbury...
ARICHAT: Council has changed its dangerous and unsightly premises policy. Council approved a motion to amend the municipality’s Dangerous and Unsightly Premises Policy to allow for councillors to submit complaint forms during the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council...
ARICHAT: Councillors will be signing a new Code of Conduct. On January 28 during the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council in Arichat, a new Code of Conduct policy was approved. Deputy Warden Brian Marchand asked whether the code would...
ARICHAT: A plan charting the course of the municipality for the next five years was unveiled to the public last week. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on January 28 in Arichat, councillors approved the recommendation of...
ARICHAT: The deputy warden is worried that a new streetlight policy is removing elected officials from the process. Council voted to amend Richmond County’s Street Light Policy to include private roads with limitations, mandate the maximum streetlights for district per...
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