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Election: Pugwash Village Commission

December 1st, 2018

Dec 2018 election

 

 

 

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Connections to the new Pugwash

Water Supply System

now available
19th September 2018

(from the Municipal website)

Disconnection of a current water source cannot be completed until the following is complete:

  • Lateral connection made by contractor
  • Water Contract signed
  • Inspection of inside connection
  • Inspection of the curb stop connection point
  • Pugwash Central Water Supply is fully operational

Arrangements to make a connection from the water supply to a home or a business (also called a lateral connection or a curb stop connection) must be made by the homeowner or business owner with a private contractor. A list of contractors known to the county can be found here. Costs associated with connection are the responsibility of the homeowner or businessowner.

Water meters are unavailable until such time that the system is fully operational, expected early October. Specifications for installation are available here

Arrangements for inspection, or further questions can be made with Peter Cottingham at 902-694-0796

The Pugwash Water System Project is defined under By-Law 18-01, Local Improvement By-Law

 

List of contractors

 Background:

In 2012, The Municipality of the County of Cumberland, in conjunction with the Pugwash Village Commission, began the process of creating a central water supply for the Village of Pugwash.

On July 29, 2015, the Municipality of the County of Cumberland and provincial and federal officials announced a $14.9 million project that will bring clean water to the Village of Pugwash. The project involves building a centralized water treatment plant as well as an associated reservoir and distribution system to the village. 

Residents and institutions in and around Pugwash currently rely on individual wells to supply drinking water. Many of these wells are contaminated with dangerous metals, including arsenic, lead and uranium, as well as elevated levels of chloride, making the water unsafe to drink. This project will ensure the community has access to a clean and reliable supply of drinking water.

Website rebuild

The Village website is in the process of being re-built. 

Pugwash and area not for profit organizations will be included as before.  If you wish to be included as a new listing or update your old one, please send your information to the Village Clerk.

Next Regular Village Commission Meeting

Monday, December 10th at 7pm

Meetings are generally the second Monday of the month.  Any meeting that falls on a holiday will be postponed to the next (third) Monday of the month. There is no meeting in July. 

Proposed agenda is published the Friday before a meeting.

 

 

 

Village Hall/Library hours - Fall

Clerk Treasurer's Office
Monday to Friday
9am to 1pm or by appointment
Phone: 902.243.2946

Visitor Information Centre & C@P Site
Tuesday - Friday
10am to 1pm or by chance
Phone: 902.243 2088

The C@P Site will close permanently on December 7th.
The Visitor Information Centre (VIC) will be open by chance and will continue to include some computers for public use.
The VIC will have regular opening hours starting in the spring of 2019.

Library
Monday 11am to 4pm
Tuesday  11am to 4pm
Wednesday  2-7pm
Thursday  2-7pm
Friday  noon-5pm
Saturday  10am to 1pm
Sunday  CLOSED
Phone: 902.243 3331

 

 

Webcams

Two of the Village security cameras are available for public access. 

User name is: pugwash
No password is required

When on the viewing page, click "connect". 
For use on Internet Explorer only. This feature is not yet
available on browsers Firefox or Chrome.

Pugwash Weather

Mostly cloudy

-3°C

Pugwash

Mostly cloudy
Humidity: 39%
Wind: WNW at 16.09 km/h
Friday
Snow
-6°C / 1°C
Saturday
Partly cloudy
-3°C / 1°C
Sunday
Mostly sunny
-10°C / -1°C
Monday
Scattered showers
-12°C / 5°C