The MOPC is considering extending its waste collection from Pictou County cottages until December 31, 2022.
Emergency Services Director Evan Hale has had a busy month settling into his new position with the Municipality of Pictou County.
MOPC Council held its June meeting last night which included the passing of its $19. 9 million operating budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.
Accessibility upgrades will be made at 43 community facilities across the province with the help of almost $1 million in funding from the Community ACCESS-Ability Program.
Beginning Tonight: A section of the Westville Road, near the Highland Square Mall, will be closed during the evenings for most of the spring and summer months as the province…
The MOPC is excited to announce that Evan Hale has joined our growing team as our new Director of Emergency Services.
Council has adopted a motion to not allow fire departments or not-for-profit organizations to have access to the Canada Community Building Fund.
Council has asked staff to look at its minimum planning standards to address concerns about people making travel trailers or recreational vehicles their homes 12 months of the year.
MOPC Council wants to know what other municipalities are doing regarding noise complaints.
MOPC is excited to announce that Jeramie Lewis has joined our growing team as our new Development Officer.