Monthly Archives: May 2016

New town council hears about nitty gritty issues as well as bigger ones at swearing-in

Sackville’s newly-elected town council was called upon to deal with a sewage emergency last night as its first order of business. Shortly after being sworn in, four of the returning councillors and the three new ones voted in favour of … Continue reading

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From comics to council, a profile of Andrew Black

Town Council candidate Andrew Black took voters on a two-minute, visual tour of Sackville as he made his pitch at an all-candidates’ meeting on April 26th. “I wanted to tell a story,” the 40-year-old Black said during an interview in … Continue reading

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Sackville mayoralty candidates pledge action on key issues

The two candidates running for the Sackville mayoralty have similar positions on a number of issues, including their concerns about provincial plans to overhaul local government. Both Virgil Hammock and John Higham say if they’re elected mayor on May 9th, … Continue reading

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