SPECIAL NOTICE – NOTICE OF INTERRUPTION OF WATER SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 19 + 20, 2017 AND PREVENTATIVE BOIL ADVISORY
TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE FOLLOWING STREETS:
- FRONT (CIVIC # 218 TO 250)
Please be advised that due to work on the water main and fire hydrant located on Front Street at the intersection of Lunam St and as a preventative measure, we are asking that you boil the water for at least one (1) minute before consumption and this until, further notice.
We thank you for your patience,
CHANGE OF DATE – REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
In accordance with article 148.0.1 of the Municipal Code and Resolution No. 216-10-17, public notice is given as follows: That the regular meeting of Council of the Municipality of Campbell’s Bay to be held November 7, 2017 will take place on November 14, 2017 at 7:00 pm, at the municipal office, 59 Leslie Street, Campbell’s Bay.
Given at Campbell’s Bay, this 10th day of October 2017.
SPECIAL NOTICE – BOIL WATER ADVISORY – LIFTED
To the residents of the municipalities of Campbell’s Bay and Litchfield served by the potable water
Please be advised that the boil advisory posted on September 18 2017 is now lifted.
We thank you for your patience,
INAUGURATION OF THE MURAL PARK AND TREE CANADA PLANTING PROJECT
On Saturday, August 26th 2017, an inauguration ceremony will be held at the Mural Park. The mural park marks the completion of the first step of the Downtown Parks Improvement plan aimed to encourage the beautification of Front Street.
In this context, we would like to acknowledge the contribution of Tree Canada, the Government of Canada and CN in their support of our tree planting project.
In 2015, the Municipality worked in collaboration with a local committee of volunteers to create a 60 foot mural based on what Front Street looked like in the 1950s. After the mural was installed, the Municipality purchased the adjacent property securing its future as a green space. In 2016, the municipality completed a park development plan in collaboration with Fotenn Planning and Design Company which was presented at a public consultation on June 29th 2016 at the RA Hall. The final drafts of the Downtown Parks Improvement plan were presented to the Community during the Campbell’s Bay Summer Festival on August 27th 2016.
The ceremony will be held at the Mural Park, 100 Front Street in Campbell’s Bay at 9:30am.
Fireworks and Open Fire Restrictions
To the residents of the Municipality of Campbell’s Bay :
In accordance with Sections 5 and 8 of By-Law S.Q. 2011-03 concerning nuisances, it is prohibited to:
- to use firecrackers and fireworks without authorization from the Municipality during special events.
- to have an open fire and/or bonfire on the territory of the Municipality of Campbell’s Bay.
All outdoor fires must be under constant supervision and in a specially designed outdoor CSA certified fireplace with a spark protector.
We recommend monitoring the SOPFEU website, sopfeu.qc.ca, for current updates regarding the level of risk for fires.
We thank you for your usual cooperation.
For more information: contact the municipal office at 819 648 5811
Notice to permanent and seasonal residents of the MRC Pontiac,
As part of the implementation of the MRC Pontiac Residual Materials Management Plan, we would like to know your practices with regards to household composting.
Your participation in large numbers is essential, because the information collected will allow your municipalities to recover provincial subsidies related to waste management and composting.
Below you will find the survey and four ways to participate:
– cut out the survey from the newspaper and return it by mail or in person to your municipal office;
– complete a copy the survey made available at your municipal office;
– call your municipal office and complete the survey by phone;
– complete the survey online on the MRC Pontiac website at the following address: www.mrcpontiac.qc.ca/en/composting-survey/
A draw for a composter of $100 value will be held in the 2 municipalities with the greatest rate of participation.
Deadline for participating in the survey is June 20, 2017!
Campbell’s Bay Mural Inauguration
Front Street in the 1950s
Campbell’s Bay Mural Committee and artist (left to right)
Tim Ferrigan, Maurice Beauregard, Lizanne Cartier Kluke, Raymond Shea, Émilie Chazelas and Nathaly Lessard
Read more here
Campbell’s Bay Municipal Council 2013-2017 (left to right)
Tim Ferrigan, Raymond Pilon, Lois Smith, Lisa Dagenais, William Stewart (Mayor), Maurice Beauregard and Suzanne Dubeau-Pilon