Council and Audit and Programs Services (APS) Meetings
Council Meeting - Monday, July 27, 2015 at 5 pm in the Council Chambers. View full agenda here.
APS Meeting - Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 5 pm in the Council Chambers. View full agenda here.
Congratulations Sandy Point Lighthouse
Sandy Point Lighthouse has been announced as the third place winner of $10,000 in the This Lighthouse Matters contest in the Ebb Tide category. Community support was certainly evident in this contest. View all the winners at www.thislighthousematters.ca
Kill the Cap Campaign
After Eastlink's announcement to cap rural internet service the Municipality of Shelburne is calling on Eastlink to immediately kill the cap and invest in the service to meet existing standard household internet requirements. Join the conversation on Facebook 'Kill the Cap' and on twitter @killthecap.
Shelburne Founders' Days - July 16th -19th
Spend this weekend at Shelburne Founders' Days on the Shelburne Waterfront. So many fun and exciting things to do for the whole family. Check out the full schedule of events at www.shelburnefoundersdays.com
South Shore REN seeks CEO
South Shore Regional Enterprise Network seeks applicants for Chief Executive Officer position.
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PRESS RELEASE - KILL THE CAP!
MUNICIPALITY OF SHELBURNE CALLS ON EASTLINK TO KILL THE CAP AND UPGRADE SERVICE
After Eastlink's announcement to cap rural internet service the Municipality of Shelburne is calling on Eastlink to immediately kill the cap and invest in the service to meet existing standard household internet requirements.
The Municipality issued an open letter to Eastlink CEO, Lee Bragg this morning. "If Eastlink has any sense of committment to rural communities, it must reinvest in the system to bring it to at least the levels of service seen in northern Nova Scotia", the Municipality said to Eastlink. "And finally, you must kill the cap."
Click here to read the full Press Release
Click here to view the letters to Premier Stephen McNeil and Eastlink.