Please note that the sidewalk in front of the new Nursing Home build will be closed to the public from May 25th to May 28th inclusive. This is a public safety measure and we appreciate your cooperation as we take steps to keep pedestrians safe.
Manager of Public Works & Transportation
The Town of Mahone Bay is inviting applications for a full-time, permanent Manager of Public Works & Transportation position.
The Manager of Public Works & Transportation is accountable to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and is responsible for the overall supervision, operation, coordination and efficient and effective management of public works employees and equipment.
The position is responsible for maintenance of assets including fleet, buildings, recreational facilities, parks and transportation infrastructure (including active transportation), and will assist the Chief Administrative Officer with developing and implementing the Town’s asset management program and 10-year capital budget.
The manager provides leadership and direction in the development of short and long range plans for public works (buildings and facilities, parks, cemeteries, etc.) and transportation infrastructure. The position will work closely with all Town Departments to help with both capital and operational projects, and ensure strategic initiatives such as water system leak/loss reduction, flooding/stormwater management, accessibility plan implementation and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions are implemented successfully.
5+ years public works experience including parks, transportation, engineering, utility construction and operations, is required. A degree in Civil Engineering or a Civil Technology program is preferred and PMP Certification is an asset.
Resume with a cover letter will be accepted up until June 7th, 2021, at 4:00 pm and can be submitted by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(subject line to include Manager of Public Works in all emails)
A full job description is available here.
Only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted.
This by-law provides regulations which address the impacts that inappropriate feeding may have on the property and safety of residents and properties owners in the Town of Mahone Bay.
A public hearing will be held on June 8, 2021 at 6:30pm on the Town of Mahone Bay’s YouTube channel to receive written and verbal submissions from the public on the proposed by-law.
If you would like to make a submission, please contact Town Hall staff to make arrangements either by phoning (902) 624-8327 during business hours, or by emailing email@example.com.
The by-law will be considered for 2nd reading and adoption at a meeting of Town Council on June 8, 2021 immediately following the public hearing.
Copies of the by-law are available for viewing here, https://www.townofmahonebay.ca/by-laws--policies.html.
Notice of Paper Hearing
THE TOWN OF MAHONE BAY made application to the Board dated March 31, 2021, for approval of an amendment to its Regulations to include a Net Metering Regulation.
Full details of the application can be found on the Board’s website http://nsuarb.novascotia.ca, by clicking on “Matters & Evidence”, and in the “Go Directly to Matter” search box, enter Matter No. M10059.
This matter will be considered by the Board in a paper hearing process, in accordance with the following timetable:
ANYONE WISHING TO MAKE COMMENTS IN WRITING may file Letters of Comment with the Board by May 25, 2021. Letters should be address to Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board, P.O. Box 1692, STN. “M”, Halifax, NS B3J 3S3, or by fax at (902) 424-3919, or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about the Civic Addressing By-law on the Town website at townofmahonebay.ca/by-laws-policies.
Check out the ideas that have already been suggested by reading the July 2020 Transportation Plan and the Bicycle Nova Scotia Bikeway Concept Designs Report.
Please take a minute to complete the survey at http://bit.ly/bicyclesurveyMB and watch this page and our Facebook page for the date and information on how to join the public session in June.