The Town of Mahone Bay will raise the Grand Council Flag of the Mi'kmaq Nation on the Community Flag pole, at the Michael O'Connor Memorial Bandstand, on Thursday, September 30th at 8:30am in recognition of Truth and Reconciliation Day.
In the matter of the Municipal Government Act and the Town of Mahone Bay
TAKE NOTICE THAT on July 13, 2021, the Council of the Town of Mahone Bay received a request to enter into a Development Agreement with M.A.D.E. for Mahone Bay, owner of 66 Clairmont Street and the property immediately east and adjacent to 66 Clairmont Street (PID 60374063 & 60634151).
The regular Council meeting of September 30, 2021 has been rescheduled to Monday, September 27th in observance of Truth and Reconciliation Day.
Truth and Reconciliation Day will be observed annually in Nova Scotia on September 30th, starting in 2021.
On September 29, 2021, Cherry Lane is going to become a one-way street.
Traffic will enter Cherry Lane from Main Street (across from 466 Main Street) and exit at the intersection of Parish and Orchard Streets.
This change is a recommendation from the 2020 Transportation Plan Report to improve safety for residents and motorists. Local emergency services have been advised of the upcoming change and we are looking forward to this being a positive change for Mahone Bay.
Motorists will experience traffic delays at Kedy's Bridge on Monday, September 13, 2021. Traffic services will be on site to assist with traffic control while Town crews remove a large dead tree which has become a safety issue.
Work will begin around 9am and is expected to last a few hours.