Archive: 1, 2021
It's been a busy year in the MOPC. Here are some highlights to review as we look forward to 2022. 2021 Year in Review
Santa will be making a few visits to Pictou County this weekend.
MOPC Council and Staff recently collected gifts for a local family as well as items for the Salvation Army's Toy Drive.
MOPC Warden Robert Parker said he is hopeful some good will come out of a recent meeting with the province regarding crisis mental health.
The Municipality of Pictou County has approved a motion to send $10,000 to help people affected by the disastrous flooding in British Columbia. District 9 Coun.
MOPC Council is waiting on the provincial government to determine if there will be changes to how the Canada Community-Building Fund is to be used before it can consider any…
Council will be sending a letter of support to the province continuing to fund insulin pumps for people 25 years and over. District 4 Coun.
MOPC District 7 Coun.
The Municipality of Pictou County has written to the provincial government asking if Develop Nova Scotia will reconsider supporting its rural broadband project.
MOPC Council is asking the province to drop the speed limit entering the new Trenton/Abercombie Road roundabout. District 9 Coun.