The Municipality of the County of Cumberland is holding a Public Council Session on Wedneday, December 13, 2017 at the Upper Nappan Service Centre Council Chambers.
The Public Council Session will begin at approximately 6:00pm.
All are welcome to attend!
Media Release: November 16, 2017. For immediate release.
Regional Tour Beginning in Truro to Launch New Fundy Connect Web Space
Cumberland, Colchester, Amherst, Millbrook First Nation, Oxford, Sipekne’katik, Stewiake, Bible Hill and Truro will soon be the latest regions to embark on a provincial initiative to better communicate information about all the things to do and places to see in Fundy.
‘’We are happy to assist communities in the Fundy Region through the provision of one centralized location where residents and visitors alike can check out what’s going on in their community,’’ says Peter McCracken, Regional Manager - Fundy Region, Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage, ‘’Fundy Connect is something we have heard communities and municipalities asking for and we are happy to be part of the delivery.
The website for the former Town of Parrsboro has been discontinued (town.parrsboro.ns.ca).
All municipal information concerning the Community of Parrsboro can now be found on this website.
Update on the office of Deputy Warden
The term for serving as Deputy Warden in the Municipality is one year. The Deputy Warden election is held annually at the first Council meeting in November.
At the meeting held November 1, 2017 Councillor Joe Van Vulpen was elected as Deputy Warden for the Municipality of the County of Cumberland.
Notice is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Part 6, that the following properties situated in the Municipality of the County of Cumberland will be sold at Public Auction at the E.D. Fullerton Municipal Building, 1395 Blair Lake Road, Upper Nappan on Tuesday, November 21, 2017 commencing at 10:00 am.
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Property Valuation Services Corporation is asking Nova Scotia property owners to take part in one of their assessment quality checks by reviewing their 2018 preliminary assessment.
PVSC published preliminary assessments today at www.pvsc.ca, and encourages property owners to contact them if they have additional information or would like to discuss their property.