Meetings and Public Notices


Draft Town Operating Budget 2017-18

Posted by on 26 July 2017

To download, view, print please visit this link: DRAFT TOWN OPERATING BUDGET 2017-18

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Press Release - Special Council Meeting Set to Approve 2017-18 Budget

Posted by on 26 July 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Date:               July 26, 2017

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Employment Opportunity- Town Accountant

Posted by on 13 July 2017

The Town is now accepting applications for the position of Town Accountant.  For further info click here.

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Draft 5 YEAR PLAN (ICSP)

Posted by on 26 May 2017

Download DRAFT FIVE YEAR PLAN (ICSP)  <here>

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Low Income Energy Efficiency Programming in NS

Posted by on 8 January 2015

HomeWarming
Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the Clean Foundation?
The Clean Foundation is an independent from government, not-for-profit, charitable organization that provides education-based programs and services to help people consider the environment in the choices they make.

They offer a host of programs, services, and resources, focused in the areas of energy efficiency, water stewardship, waste reduction, and sustainable transportation. Their energy efficiency services include home energy assessments and no-cost installation of energy efficient products.

Find out more about the Clean Foundation by visiting www.clean.ns.ca.

Who is Efficiency Nova Scotia?
Efficiency Nova Scotia is a franchise operated by EfficiencyOne, official Licensee of the Province of Nova Scotia. They are an independent, non-profit organization responsible for energy conservation in Nova Scotia.

EfficiencyOne was established by legislation, is led by an independent Board of Directors, and is regulated by the Nova Scotia Utility & Review Board. They are Canada’s only energy efficiency utility, selling “saved energy” to Nova Scotia Power.

Efficiency Nova Scotia offers services, financial incentives and straight-forward advice to help you save. Visit our website at www.efficiencyns.ca to learn more.

What is HomeWarming?
It’s important to us that everyone can benefit from energy efficiency, regardless of income. That’s why we offer a no-charge energy assessment and home upgrades to qualifying homeowners. If we discover that upgrades like draft-proofing and insulation will help reduce your heating and power bills, we’ll install the upgrades at absolutely no cost to you.

HomeWarming is part of a broad, province-wide initiative to provide energy efficient upgrades for income qualified homeowners.

How is HomeWarming funded?
Emera shareholders provide the funding to Clean Foundation for electrically heated homes. The Province of Nova Scotia provides the funding to Efficiency Nova Scotia for the non-electrically heated home upgrades.

Who is eligible?
You are eligible to apply if:

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Applications for a Building Permits, Sub-Division of Land or Fire Inspection

Posted by on 9 June 2014

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DO YOU NEED TO FILE AN APPLICATION FOR
A BUILDING PERMIT OR
SUB-DIVISION OF LAND?

Service delivery has changed for persons and companies wishing to
make application for Development and Building Permits/Inspections,
and the Sub-Division of Land.

Effective August 30, 2013, the Planning Office of the Pictou County
Shared Services Authority on Foord Street in Stellarton will close.
Effective September 3, 2013 you can obtain service as follows:

For additional information please contact your municipal office:
Town of New Glasgow – 902-755-7788 (ph)
Town of Pictou – 902-485-4372 (ph)
Town of Stellarton – 902-752-2114 (ph)
Town of Trenton – 902-752-5311 (ph)
Town of Westville – 902-396-1500 (ph)
Municipality of the County of Pictou – 902-485-4588 (ph)

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