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E-News July 2021

News Temporary SheltersEarlier this week, HRM provided notice to folks living in temporary structures in HRM parks to vacate. This isn’t a decision that HRM has come to lightly, but there are real problems with […]

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E-News May 2021

News Little Albro Yellow Floating Heart PilotHRM’s pilot project to control Yellow Floating Heart in Little Albro Lake is in the water! This is something I have been working on for the last several years, […]

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E-News April 2021

News Pine Street CourtHRM is considering making changes to the tennis court in Pine Street Park. The single court is located at the very back of the Park adjacent to Devonshire Street and it doesn’t […]

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E-News March 2021

News Push-Button Traffic Lights:There are some big adjustments coming to traffic lights in HRM: the need to push a button to cross the street is largely going away in dense urban areas. The plan is […]

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E-News February 2021

Property Tax CapNova Scotia’s Capped Assessment Program (CAP) was back in the news last month thanks to the Nova Scotia Federation of Municipalities (NSFM) release of a visual mapping tool to better demonstrate the CAP’s […]

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E-News December 2020

News COVID:COVID’s second wave has arrived. Quick and decisive action back in March, our Bubble, and the generally cooperative attitude of Atlantic Canadians has meant that we’ve been largely COVID free for months. We’ve been […]

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E-News October 2020

News Election 2020:The 2020 HRM municipal election is underway. Polls are open and votes are being cast online and by phone right now. As I write this, the turnout in District 5 is 4,443 (56% […]

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E-News September 2020

September’s e-news unusually early! (three opportunities for public consultation coming up next week and the week after that I wanted to plug) News Racist Graffiti:Probably many of you saw my post earlier this week concerning […]