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Draft Recommendations of Wind Turbine Regulations

Draft recommendations related to the municipal review of wind turbine regulations are now complete. 

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TAX SALE Public Auction - May 12, 2022

Notice is hereby given that the following properties will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION by the Treasurer of the Municipality of the County of Cumberland on Thursday, May 12, 2022 at 2 p.m. unless, before the date of the tax sale, the total amounts as indicated are paid in full. The Tax Sale will be held at the Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Center located at 6 Main Street, Springhill, Nova Scotia.

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Mail-in Petition Results: Hastings Road Water Supply Project

A mail-in petition was sent to residents in the Hastings Road area to determine if there was interest among property owners to contribute towards the capital costs of a water supply project. 

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Autism N.S. Flag Raised in the Municipality of Cumberland

The Autism Nova Scotia flag was raised over the Municipality of Cumberland today, April 6, 2022, by Mayor Murray Scott and Elaine Mazur, regional autism support coordinator for the Cumberland Chapter of Autism Nova Scotia.

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Review of March 30, 2022 Public Council Meeting

Council met in person on Wednesday, March 30, 2022. The meeting opened with a territorial acknowledgement. 

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Review of March 28, 2022 Special Council Meeting

Cumberland Municipal Council approved a resolution instructing the CAO to initiate a review of policing services options at a special meeting here on Monday, March 28, 2022.

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Review of March 28, 2022 Committee of the Whole Meeting

ommittee of the Whole (COW) met in person on Monday, March 28, 2022. The meeting opened with a territorial acknowledgement.

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Mail-in petition for Hastings Rd and surrounding area

Residents in the Hastings Rd area should be receiving a mail-in petition to determine if there is interest among property owners to contribute towards the capital cost of this water supply project. If the project is approved and proceeds, the owners of each lot that could be serviced by the extension will be required to pay a Local Improvement Charge. This charge will be levied whether or not property owners decide to connect to the waterline.

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