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PUBLIC NOTICE – HEARING OF OBJECTIONS

Take notice that the Council of the Town of Saint Andrews, in compliance with Section 111 of the Community Planning Actof the Province of New Brunswick, intends to hold a Public Hearing of Objections on Monday, November 4, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. in the W.C. O’Neill Arena Complex Dining Room, 24 Reed Avenue, Saint Andrews, to Hear Objections and/or Comments pursuant to an application by Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Center for an amendment to the Zoning By-law Z18-04 & Z19-01 of the Town of Saint Andrews.    

The applicant requests amendments to Zoning Bylaw. The changes to the Town of Saint Andrews Zoning By-law (Z18-04) and (Z19-01). The applicant seeks zoning bylaw amendments to permit licensed premises in Cultural Uses in the Central Commercial zone, subject to conditions established by Council through by-law, and to remove the prohibition on live entertainment wherever licensed premises are permitted.

Anyone wishing to offer opinion on this proposed Amendment may do so in person at the hearing of objections meeting or in writing by dropping off your letter during regular business hours in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Saint Andrews at Town Hall, 212 Water Street before Noon on Monday, November 4, 2019.  Business hours are from 8:30am – 4:30pm Monday to Friday or by email at town@townofstandrews.ca

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Mayor Proclaims Wellness Week in the Town of Saint Andrews

At the September 9, 2019 Council Meeting the following motion was passed: ” It was moved by Councillor Gumushel, seconded Councillor Akagi and carried that Council proclaim the week of October 1-7, 2019 as Wellness Week in the Town of Saint Andrews and encourage all citizens to participate in Wellness Week activities and events

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2019 Saint Andrews Nuisance Deer Management Assistance Program- FACT SHEET

The Nuisance Deer Management Assistance Program (NDMAP) will allow private landowners within the Town of Saint Andrews to receive special permits authorizing hunters to harvest ONE antlerless deer on their property. The permits are issued to hunters chosen by the landowner to harvest deer on their property. Permits will be provided to harvest only antlerless deer, as removal of those deer will have the greatest effect on controlling local populations. The number of available permits will be determined by the Department of Energy and Resource Development (ERD) on a case-by-case basis.

Landowners will provide each hunter’s name, address and 2019 deer hunting license number to the ERD Biologist Pam Seymour (444-2870) to apply for NDMAPs. Once approved, eligible hunters can pick up their permit at the St. George ERD office.

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BY-LAW No. 19-07 A BY-LAW RELATING TO WATER SYSTEMS-RECEIVES THIRD and FINAL READING

At the August 26, 2019 Special Council Meeting By-law 19-07, A BY-LAW RELATING TO WATER SYSTEMS was Introduced for First Reading. Second Reading took place at a Special Meeting of Council on September 30, 2019 and the Third and Final Reading took place on Monday, October 7, 2019.

With the passing of this By-law, Staff has now issued the Water and Wastewater Invoices for the Spring 2019 and Fall 2019 billings.

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Cheque Presentation

 

Deputy Mayor Henderson presented Patricia Cheney $500 from the Irene (Rollins) D’Andrea Memorial Scholarship Fund to assist her as she pursues a career in Nursing.

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BY-LAW 19-06, TOURISM ACCOMMODATION LEVY-RECEIVES FIRST READING

At the August 12, 2019 Regular Council Meeting By-law 19-06A BY-LAW RELATING TO A TOURISM ACCOMMODATION LEVY IN THE TOWN OF SAINT ANDREWS was Introduced for First Reading.

This By-law is on the Agenda to be discussed at the Special Meeting of Council on Monday, November 18 at 6:00 p.m.

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Notice for Housing Request

The New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) St. Andrews campus is actively seeking additional housing options for their upcoming academic year.

The NBCC St. Andrews campus has a forecast of 67 international students and 145 domestic students (local and non-local), for a total of 212 first year, full-time students attending the St. Andrews campus in the fall. Given the current availability of rentals in town, there is a sense of urgency to seek out additional housing options, as the majority of known rentals are already occupied or are unavailable during the required time frame (September 1st or earlier to roughly the middle/end of June).

If you have a room(s) that you would be willing to open up to incoming NBCC students, please reach out to Brittany Locking, 529-5699, brittany.locking@nbcc.ca for more information.

 

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THANK YOU: 2019 Volunteer Appreciation Recipients

From Left: Jeff Holmes, Business & Community
           Mike Power, Sport, Recreation and Active Living - St. Andrews Father’s Day Road Race
           Verne Cunningham, Sport, Recreation and Active Living - St. Andrews Father’s Day Road Race
           Mayor Doug Naish- Presented the Awards
           Anne Gagné, Community Volunteer, ELF Program at Vincent Massey Elementary School; 
                       Charlotte County SPCA; Tours etc. Minister’s Island
           Carol MacLean, Community Volunteer, Charlotte County Hospice/ Artist’s By the Sea.
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