By Richard Bell
Develop Nova Scotia, the agency in charge of bringing high-speed Internet service to rural Nova Scotia, today announced that Bell Atlantic would be providing fibre service to 4,890 homes and businesses on the Eastern Shore. The areas are shown in light purple on this map from Bell Aliant.
On September 1, 2020 at 6:00 pm (and Thursday, September 3, 2020 at 6:00 pm if more time is needed) Halifax Regional Council will hold a virtual public hearing on allowing Secondary and Backyard Suites (also called accessory dwelling units) in all residential areas of HRM.
For the official notice:
By Richard Bell
The 50-mile yard sale is one of those strange events that no one organizes. When it started years ago, someone in Middle Musquodoboit put out a pamphlet that sellers could pay $5 for a listing. But over the years, more and more people on the route just started setting up on their lawns and driveways on the weekend after Labour Day. This year, Labour Day falls on Monday, September 7.
As the editor of the Eastern Shore Cooperator, I am writing to address a request for a correction in an article entitled “Life As a Carrot,” written by Jude Major and published online on August 23, 2020, describing her experiences as a costumed crossing guard on Sunday mornings helping people back and forth across Hwy 7 between the Railway Museum/Farmers Market and the two food shops, Dobbit Bakehouse and Noor’s Mediterranean Cuisine.
Photo: The Crosswalk Carrot at work on the brand new crosswalk
By Jude Major
Life as the Crosswalk Carrot every Sunday morning in Musquodoboit Harbour is not always fun.
“Hey you, what the &%#&**) ya trying to do! Get the #@*(%#9 out the way!”