An Evening Meeting: August 4th at 6:00 pm at the Hebron Rotary Centre. C+D Community Design will be hosting a more traditional style public meeting that will include a short presentation on the Boundary Review and a discussion about the two proposed scenarios. The public will be invited to speak at the meeting but will also be provided with comment cards which they can use to write their feedback and submit it at the end of the evening. We hope all who are interested will attend.
A Daytime Town Hall Style Meeting: On August 5 from 10 – 2 pm at the Dayton Red and White. C+D Community Design will be set up chatting one-on-one with community members and answering questions about the Boundary Review process. We welcome participants to stop by in their own time and share their feedback on the process. All are welcome!
An online survey is open to the public and available at the following link <https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/W9CWM9P>. If you are a resident of the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth, please take the time to complete this important survey and share widely with your friends and neighbours. All responses will play an important role in determining your community’s district boundaries as well as the number of Councillors to represent your Municipality in the next election.
A final report with boundary revision recommendations will be submitted to Council in September 2022. A public hearing will be held by Council in the Fall of 2022 to hear the community’s final thoughts on their final Boundary Review Application to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board.
We invite residents to stay engaged throughout this process. If you wish to receive updates on meetings, reports, and presentations to Council please subscribe to our mailing list <http://eepurl.com/h5_pYD>