Notice Public Hearing – Rezone Property described as PID 40120248 (2085 King George Highway)
NOTICE of Public Presentation – Change land use designation of property described as PID 40104218 (Newcastle Boulevard – Unnumbered)
NOTICE of Public Presentation – Change land use designation of property described as PID 40259103 (1042 Water Street)
CRISIS SUPPORT LINE
The entire community is deeply saddened by this weekend’s tragedy. Our hearts are with the victims, their families and loved ones. A crisis or traumatic event can trigger overwhelming emotional responses. Standing with communities in crisis and helping them deal with grief and loss is one of the most meaningful and important things we can do.
The City of Miramichi’s Employee and Family Assistance Program service provider, Morneau Shepell, has opened a bilingual crisis support line available to anyone in need of emotional support in relation to this tragedy. This resource will provide crisis counselling support and/or a referral to community resources and is available to all members of our community free of charge.
The crisis line can be reached at: 1.844.751.2133.
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|REMOVAL OF SIGNAGE
As of July 2, 2014, the City of Miramichi will be removing all unauthorized signs from Municipal and Provincial Road Right-of-Ways, including Utility Poles. Owners of signs in these areas who do not have specific authorization from the Municipality, have until July 1, 2014 to remove them. Afterwards, the signs will be taken down and liable to destruction. Questions concerning this notice can be directed to the Clerk’s office at 623-2212
NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS
Dog owners are reminded of the following Sections of By-Law No. 8, A By-Law of the City of Miramichi Respecting Animal Control:
RUNNING AT LARGE
8. The owner of an animal found to be running at large shall be subject to the fees specified in Schedule “A”
STOOP & SCOOP
9. If an animal defecates on any public or private property other than the property of its owner, the owner shall remove such defecation immediately. This section shall not apply to persons using service dogs.
14.(1)Any person or persons, corporation, partnership, or society who violates any provisions of this By?Law is guilty of an offence and is liable, on Summary Conviction, to a fine of not less than $50.00 (Fifty Dollars) and not more than $200.00 (Two Hundred Dollars) and in default of payment is liable to imprisonment in accordance with Provincial Offenses Procedures Act, and all such fines shall be recoverable under the provisions of the Summary Convictions Act.
SCHEDULE FEES (SUMMARIZED)
First offence $50.00
Second offence $75.00
Third offence and any subsequent offence $100.00