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Review of Dec 15, 2021 Committee of the Whole Meeting

Committee of the Whole (COW) met via zoom on Wednesday, December 15, 2021. The meeting opened with a territorial acknowledgement.

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Director of Protective Services hired

The Municipality of Cumberland has hired Bill Ireland to be its first director of protective services. Ireland is currently the chief for the Kennebecasis Valley Fire Department, which serves the New Brunswick towns of Rothesay and Quispamsis. He is a 32 - year veteran of the fire service, holds a Master of Business Administration and is one of approximately 125 fire service professionals in Canada who hold the professional designation of executive chief fire officer (ECFO). He was awarded his certified municipal manager professional designation in 2020 (CMM III).

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RFQ-MCC-2103 - Utility Shed

The Municipality of the County of Cumberland is currently accepting quotes for a Utility Shed in Parrsboro.

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Review of November 29, 2021 Special Public Council Meeting

Council of the Municipality of Cumberland met via zoom for a Special Council Meeting on Monday, November 29, 2021. The meeting opened with a territorial acknowledgement.

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Review of November 24, 2021 Public Council Meeting

Council of the Municipality of Cumberland met via zoom for a Public Council Meeting on Wednesday, November 24, 2021. The meeting opened with a territorial acknowledgement.

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Review of November 17, 2021 COW Meeting

Committee of the Whole (COW) met via zoom on Wednesday, November 17, 2021. The meeting opened with a territorial acknowledgement.

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Review of November 15, 2021 Special Public Council Meeting

Council of the Municipality of Cumberland met via zoom for a Special Council Meeting on Monday, November 15, 2021. The meeting opened with a territorial acknowledgement.

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Winter Parking Restrictions 2021 - 2022

Parking is restricted on municipal streets the communities of Parrsboro and Springhill between midnight and 7 a.m. or at any other time that could interfere with snow clearing operations.

Vehicles left unattended during these times may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s cost and risk.

Please remember that snow from private residences is not allowed to be pushed into or across a municipal street, by either a resident or private contractor removing snow for a resident or business.

These temporary parking restrictions shall be in full force and effect from November 20, 2021 until April 15, 2022.