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Public Notice

The Public Washrooms on Dock Street, and the outdoor tap there, will be closing today for the winter due to the especially cold forecast tonight

SHELBURNE TOWN COUNCIL: POTENTIAL OHV ROUTES REQUIRE FURTHER CONSIDERATION

At its regular meeting on November 2nd, 2016 the Shelburne Town Council considered a report provided by Town staff, presenting the results of recent public consultations regarding off-highway vehicles.  Consultations were conducted in late October and were very well attended; the Council received significant feedback from residents. Residents pointed to opportunities associated with developing a sanctioned off-highway vehicle route through the community, but also raised many concerns about OHV use which would have to be addressed before any such route was approved. Council heard residents' concerns and has directed staff to develop specific costed proposals for one or more potential OHV route options - taking into consideration the public feedback received - to be presented to Council and for further public consideration.

Remembrance Day Ceremony

The annual Remembrance Day Service will be held this year at the Shelburne Fire Hall Auditorium at 11am on Friday November 11th. There will be a brief parade from the Atlantic House Park to the Fire Hall prior to the service.  Parade starts at 10:30.

Water Update

The hose at the Fire Hall/Community Centre and the tap at the Guild Hall are still available for residents with water issues until November 10th. We would like to thank all of the volunteers/community members who helped residents with water shortages during the drought and a special thank you to Ralph Swansburg for delivering water to Seniors.  

Trunk or Treat

Trunk or Treat will be taking place at the Fire Hall / Community Centre tonight starting at 6pm.  Happy Halloween!

TOWN OF SHELBURNE NOTICE: NO HUNTING

In accordance with the By-laws of the Town of Shelburne, NO HUNTING by gun, air rifle, bow and arrow or firearm of any kind is permitted within the boundaries of the Town (as depicted on the map shown here).

Christmas Tree Donation Needed

Each year the Town of Shelburne donates a Christmas Tree to the residents of our sister city, Gloucester, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Trees are cut by the Town’s Public Works Department and City of Gloucester staff travel to Shelburne each November to collect the tree. The Town is now in the process of selecting a tree to cut; if you have a suitable tree on your property and are interested in keeping this Christmas tradition alive, please contact the Town Office at 902-875-2991.

 

Notice to Residents

The Shelburne Town Dump located on the Morvan Road no longer accepts white metals. Residents may bring brush and yard waste to the dump on Saturdays as usual.  For information on Waste Management, visit http://www.municipalityofshelburne.ca/waste-management.html

 

Notice of Public Consultation

A Public Session will be held on Tuesday October 25th at 7:00 pm, to initiate a conversation with residents about the usage of Off-Highway Vehicles in town and on our trails. Off-Highway Vehicles are currently not permitted within Town limits, however with the development of the Shelburne Harbour Trail in cooperation with the Municipality of Shelburne and other provincial initiatives connecting separate trail routes throughout Nova Scotia, the Town is considering changes to our current trail system and the rules governing Off-Highway Vehicle Use.

DATE: Tuesday October 25th, 2016 at 7:00pm
PLACE: Community Centre / Fire Hall Men’s Meeting Room 63 King Street Shelburne, NS

Town of Shelburne Official Election Results

Town of Shelburne Official Election Results:

 

Mayor Race:

Karen Harris-Mattatall – 505 votes

P.G. Comeau – 266 votes

Roy O’Donnell – 169 votes

 

Councillor Race:
Harold Locke – 630 votes
Rick Davis – 571 votes
Nolan Young – 508 votes
Sheldon Ringer – 472 votes
Robert Sinden – 367 votes
Washington Ruiz –232 votes
Michael Race – 224 votes
Lauren Race – 217 vote
Raymond Davis – 90 votes
 
66.8% percent of eligible voters voted.

ELECTION UPDATE

ELECTION DAY - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15th

Shelburne Firehall - Men's Room from 8:00am - 7:00pm

October 14 2016

Four-Part Series on Bereavement

There will be a 4-Part Series on Bereavement offered by the Tri-County VON this Fall.

Location:  NSCC Campus, Shelburne NS1575 Lake Road

Time & Dates:  6-8 pm 

                    November 7, 14, 21, 28

  Bereavement Series VON

If interested, contact VON Tri-County Office(902) 742-4512 ext. 234

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Public Notice - Election 2016

Attention Town of Shelburne Residents, the 2016 Municipal Election has begun. E-voting is now open for the Mayor and Council races. If you have not received your Voter Information Letter by mail, please contact Returning Officer Daphne Miller at 902-875-2991, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by visiting the Town Office between 8:30 AM and 4 PM Monday – Friday. You can vote any time between now and 7 PM on Saturday, October 15th; regular daily updates on voter turnout will be provided here.

Public Notice

Town Council will meet on Thursday, October 6th, 2016.  Meetings are open to the public and are held in the Council Chambers at 7 p.m.

Fall Metal Collection October 10th-21st, 2016

Fall Metal Collection 2016

Residents of the Municipality of Shelburne, Town of Shelburne, and Town of Lockeport, acceptable metal items can be placed curbside on your regular collection day between October 10th - October 21st, 2016.  Please see the attached poster for a list of acceptable materials.  

Water Information for Area Residents

Attention Area Residents:
 
If you need to fill larger water containers at the Fire Hall, there will be supervised use of a fire hose Mon-Fri from 4-7 p.m. and Saturdays from 2-7 p.m. This will help to cut down wait times for those who are filling smaller containers at the other hose.
Also, a reminder that 4L jugs of drinking water will be available for pick-up at the Fire Hall on Sept. 21 from 7-9 p.m., the Dock Street Washrooms have a water tap for filling small containers, Islands Park (during regular hours) and the Fire Hall have showers available (Wed/Sun 7-9 p.m.).