Archive: 1, 2022
MOPC Council wants safety to be considered when contracts are awarded to trucking companies hauling on rural roads.
Landfill vouchers were a topic of discussion at a recent MOPC council meeting. MOPC District 2 Coun.
The Municipality of Pictou County is meeting with the provincial government to discuss sidewalk construction in the Plymouth area.
The Thorburn 150 Historical Kiosk Society has been struck and plans are in the works for a kiosk to be built near Union Presbyterian Church that will house interpretive panels…
Pictou-Antigonish Regional Library, the Aberdeen Health Foundation and Nova Scotia Health have launched a pilot project to help people in Pictou County access virtual care.
Mary MacLellan of Pictou County Senior’s Outreach knows the importance of being a good neighbour.
MOPC Council has accepted a resolution from the Climate Advisory Committee during its February council meeting that it will prepare a Municipal Climate Change Action Plan.
Two roads in District 1 will undergo name changes because of the twinning of Highway 104 and the opening of the new interchange in Barney’s River. Coun.
A MOPC councillor wants the municipality to make a presentation to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board during a hearing on Nova Scotia Power’s proposed rate increase.
MOPC Warden Robert Parker, second from the left, recently visited a new bridge built by the Mountain Bike Trail Builders Pictou County.