We have received a reply from the Town’s CAO, Jim Wentzell, with “broad answers” to our 97 questions.Continue reading →
Open Questions for the Mahone Bay Town Council about the Youden Development Proposal for the Old Mahone Bay School Lands In his July 18, 2007, letter to our community the Mayor reported that the Council of the Town of Mahone … Continue reading →
In October we will elect the Councillors and Mayor who will govern Mahone Bay for the next four years. It’s time to start thinking about who will put their names forward. To get folks started in considering the possibility of … Continue reading →
Here are the detailed minutes of the public meeting called by this group and the Mayor, which was attended by about 200 people.
The meeting was organized by […]Continue reading →
The minutes of the public meeting on July 5 have been compiled and are available on this site. The handouts brought by some of the presenters are also available.Continue reading →
Residents wary of development plan for town. Chronicle Herald article, July 7, 2007.Continue reading →
“Iâ€™ve heard more ideas tonight than Iâ€™ve heard in a long time,” observed a resident at the public meeting held yesterday, July 5th, which was organized by a group of concerned citizens (the folks behind this website) and Mayor Joe … Continue reading →
You can view the PowerPoint that Deborah presented at the July 5 meeting right on your computer. Two choices: PowerPoint version (3.2 MB, requires the PowerPoint viewer, which is free and you may already have) or: MHT Web Archive version … Continue reading →
The Soccer Association, with 170 playing members, is the only organisation in town committed to training young people in a team sport, and fielding teams under the banner of Mahone Bay. The Old School Field is the clubâ€™s best quality and most used field. It is one of the best soccer fields on the South Shore. It is the clubâ€™s flagship field.Continue reading →
Mahone Bay should immediately begin to create a Community Sustainability Plan. All development in the Town should be consistent with the Townâ€™s Integrated Community Sustainability Plan.
To assist the Town and meet the requirement for citizen participation in the planning process, an ad hoc Citizensâ€™ Advisory Committee on Sustainability should be established to recommend an interim Integrated Community Sustainability Plan to the Town Council. Until a final Plan is in place, all developments in the Town should be referred to the Committee for its advice with respect to the sustainability of the proposal.Continue reading →