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Town of Stellarton Water Update

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 Why is there a taste and odour to the water?

In recent weeks, residents may have noticed a change to the smell and taste of their water. We’ve received reports of water seeming musty, tasting dirty, and smelling mouldy. The Town monitors water properties daily to ensure that although the water has had these aesthetic changes, it has always remained safe for use and consumption.

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Summer Newsletter Now Available!

The summer edition of the Town's quarterly newsletter is available now. This issue gives key updates on the 2020 Municipal Election, virtual Homecoming, the tax financing policy, and additional Town updates.

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Update on Municipal Fields and Rec Spaces

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STELLARTON, NOVA SCOTIA – In June, the province of Nova Scotia announced the easing of some restrictions within the province. With the gathering limits increased, there has been some confusion as to what activities can and can’t take place on municipal green spaces.

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Water Contingency Stage

The Town of Stellarton is not in a stage of water restriction.

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2020 Municipal Election

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Municipal Elections will take place in Nova Scotia on October 17, 2020.

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Updates from Town Council

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STELLARTON, NOVA SCOTIA – Stellarton Town Council held their regularly scheduled June council meeting on June 8.

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Town of Stellarton COVID-19 Tax Financing Program

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The Town of Stellarton recognizes that many citizens and businesses have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Town of Stellarton is, therefore, offering a one-time property tax financing program for owners of residential and commercial properties negatively affected by the COVID-19 global pandemic.

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TOWN HALL RE-OPENING

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STELLARTON, NOVA SCOTIA – Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Stellarton Town Hall has been closed to the public since mid-March. We’re happy to announce that on June 1, we will re-open to the public for regular operating hours (8:30am-4:30pm).

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