Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
MONIQUE STREET SANITARY SERVICES REPAIRS
A sanitary service repair construction project, administered by the Greater Shediac Sewerage Commission, will soon begin along Monique Street in Shediac. We are committed to maintaining a work site that is safe and orderly. Monique Street will be closed off during work hours and re-opened at night. Signage will be
placed at all ends of the closed sections for your information and safety. We are working to minimize the inconvenience and maintain vehicle access to driveways. We appreciate your patience while we work to improve the infrastructure in our community.
The work will consist of the replacement of some defective existing sewer services with new PVC piping from the main sewer to the right-of-way. The work area along this road will be completely restored in Summer 2021. The services that will be replaced are as follows: Civic #33, #37, #40, #43, #47, #53, #57,
#60, #64, #69 Monique Street.
The work hours are typically from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on weekdays. Roads will be open on weekends. Detour signage will be installed to provide fluid circulation of traffic.
We apologize for any inconvenience and request your cooperation in this matter.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the Town of Shediac has enacted amendments to the Municipal Development Plan (By-Law P-14-36).
By-law N° P-14-36-7P, amending the Municipal Development Plan, was passed in council on April 26, 2021 and approved by the Department of Environment and Local Government on May 7, 2021. Said document was filed in the Westmorland County Registry Office on May 14, 2021 as number 41284291.
The purpose of the amendments to the Municipal Development Plan was to change the “Shediac Future Land Useˮ and re-designate the property bearing PID 00867184 and situated on Breaux Bridge Street as Institutional Service (IS).
Per: Gilles Belleau, Town Clerk