PUBLIC NOTICE - SPECIAL MEETINGS
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, if you wish to attend in person, you will need to inform us by contacting the Clerk at (506) 531-2227. Look for social media broadcasting details on the Town’s website.
COMMUNITY YARD SALE
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TRAVEL ADVISORY – MONCTON/DIEPPE AREA
Due to high traffic volumes and to ensure the construction is done safely and efficiently, this will require closure of the traffic circle and some of the work will take place overnight. The department is working closely with the Cities of Moncton and Dieppe, and other stakeholders to ensure that the impacts on the travelling public are mitigated.
Detour signage will be in place and the department is asking the public to try to avoid the area by taking alternative routes or plan the trip in advance as delays are expected. The Department would like to apologize for any inconvenience to the travelling public and appreciates the public's patience.
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PUBLIC NOTICE - MUNICIPAL PLAN
By-law N° P-14-36-6P, amending the Municipal Development Plan, was passed in council on June 29, 2020 and approved by the Department of the Environment and Local Government on July 26, 2020. Said document was filed in the Westmorland County Registry Office on July 30, 2020 as number 40297815.
The purpose of the amendments to the Municipal Development Plan was to remove the sea-level rise designation on a portion of the property bearing PID 70294038 and the property bearing PID 01078740 and situated on Main Street.
Per: Gilles Belleau, Town Clerk
REMINDER - special fall garbage pick-up
The watering ban will help avoid challenges in the supply of drinking water and the delivery of water for essential purposes, such as fire protection.
We remind you that our water tower currently has limited storage capacity due to the restoration work being carried out on the tank (on Breaux Bridge Street).
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Public notice is hereby given that the Council of the Town of Shediac intends to amend the Zoning By-Law No. Z-14-44 with regard to PID 70491501.
The purpose of the amendment is:
to rezone from medium density residential zone (R2) to high density residential zone (R3) to accommodate three (3) multi-family building with 88 units each.
The proposed amending by-law may be inspected by interested persons during regular office hours at the Clerk's office at the Shediac Town Hall, Monday through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to noon and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays from 8 a.m. to noon and on the Town’s website at www.shediac.ca.
Objections to the proposed amendment will be considered by Council at a public meeting to be held on Monday, August 31, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in the Multipurpose Centre located at 58 Festival Street in Shediac, NB. Any person wishing to speak for or against written objections is entitled to be heard.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT - Brown Street
We are asking for your collaboration and we thank you for your patience throughout the work to improve our municipality’s infrastructure. For further information, please contact the Town at 532-7000.
BREAUX BRIDGE STREET STANDPIPE UPGRADES
As a result of removing the standpipe from the system, and until the standpipe rehabilitation is complete, you could experience a drop in the available water pressure and available water volume beginning Monday, May 25, 2020 at 9:00 a.m.
Until the standpipe rehabilitation is complete and the water standpipe is returned to use, residents are asked to minimize their water usage. Additional information and updates will be posted on the Town’s website and Facebook page as needed.
The Town has obtained the required approvals to proceed with the work. The duration of this construction period is expected to last up to eight (8) weeks. It is anticipated that the standpipe rehabilitation should be completed and returned to operation by late July 2020.
It should be noted that during this period the water system pressure will be maintained using the existing reservoir on Ohio Road in conjunction with pumping directly into the system. As a result, the fire protection system capacity will be at a reduced level. Therefore, certain additional precautions have been put in place with the fire department.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation in this matter while the Town continues to complete required maintenance to the water system that will ensure safe, clean drinking water for the residents of Shediac.
REOPENING OF TOWN OFFICES TO PUBLIC ACCESS
Thank you for your understanding.