Monthly Archives: November 2019

Sackville’s mayor says new Waterfowl Park Rotary Bridge helps tell environmental story

About 50 people gathered today under a sunny, blue sky to watch the official opening of the $50,000 Rotary Bridge project linking Sackville’s 55-acre Waterfowl Park with a 20-acre park extension on land donated by the late Daniel Lund. “Some … Continue reading

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Artistic drawings on Sackville’s Sports Wall of Fame may not be scrapped after all

Sackville Town Council passed a unanimous motion Tuesday night asking for a delay in replacing the charcoal drawings on the Sports Wall of Fame (SWOF) with smaller 8 x 10 inch plaques. The motion by Deputy Mayor Ron Aiken also … Continue reading

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As plans move ahead for Sackville dog park, councillors learn it could cost $80K

At their meeting this week, Sackville councillors learned that the town’s first dog park could cost about $80,000, more than triple the $25,000 available for it in this year’s budget. As a result, town manager Jamie Burke recommended that council … Continue reading

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Sackville councillors set to spend $210K to complete Phase II of Lorne St. flood control project

It looks like Phase Two of the Lorne Street political, financial and environmental roller-coaster ride is nearing its end. Town councillors are expected to approve spending $210,000 next week to complete the $1.9 million project that so far has kept … Continue reading

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