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VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL RESIDENTS OF MOUNT UNIACKE

Another freshwater lake in our community is being taken away. These lots are only .7 acres in size! Can they guarantee NO LEAKAGE into Long Lake? Think about Lewis Lake and other lakes in our community. Are they polluted or not? What EXTRA measures, if any, are being put in place to ensure NO septic seepage into Long Lake?

Approval Notice
TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Municipality of the District of East Hants, at their regular meeting on Wednesday, December 21, 2016, approved the following proposal:

DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AMENDMENT, EAST UNIACKE

An application from 3230225 Nova

WINDSOR LIONS BENEFIT BREAKFAST FOR 3 YEAR OLD BOY

Date: Jan. 15th, 2017

Time: 7:30-9:30am

Where: Windsor Community Ctr.
Lions Den (Room 4, downstairs)

Cost: $6/person

Dominick is a Falmouth toddler who turned 3 years old in Nov. He has suffered anemia, a stroke, brain surgery and blood clots. Medications needed are very expensive and another brain surgery may be necessary. He is a Miracle boy and a Hero to his family.

Please attend our benefit breakfast knowing that you are helping this little guy deal with his challenges

NOVA SCOTIA POWER CORPORATION WEATHER UPDATE RE: WINDSTORM

From: “MACDONALD, LISA”
Date: Dec 29, 2016 5:03:42 PM
Subject: Suspicious URL: Nova Scotia Power update
To: undisclosed-recipients:, ;

Good afternoon,

Nova Scotia Power is preparing for the wind storm which is forecast to hit throughout the night. This storm is expected to bring extreme winds across the province which could impact service to customers. Our Emergency Operations Centre is now open and we are working with the provincial Emergency Management Office.

We are well prepared for this storm with 30 damage assessment teams, 29 forestry crews, and more than 160 power line technicians ready to respond. We

MOUNT UNIACKE COP APPLES AND PUMPKINS

This volunteer group has paid for supplies for a volunteer within the community of Mount Uniacke to make apples and pumpkins and flower boards for the hangers along Highway #1 and Etter Road in Mount Uniacke. At one time, the hangers had flower baskets containing real flowers blooming away all summer long to hopefully beautify the main road through our community and to pull the community together in a show of unity. When our volunteer who had been watering these flowers could no longer do the job due to an emergency heart operation requirement, the request was put

UNIACKE UNION CHURCH – a bit of a success story

The Uniacke Union Church Trustee Association would like to thank:
The Legion Branch 165, especially Paulette Foley for all her help
Jim Sampson and Stan Horton for organizing the music and being there for meetings and planning
The following talented performers who donated their time and talent:
-Theresa & Ron Mayhew
-Greg Cross
-St. Paul’s United Church Choir under leadership of Art Nicoll and Karen Lydiard
-Bub Sarson
-Gary Gaudet
-Anne Marie Rockwell & Friends
-Jim Sampson & Stan Horton who always attended and organized the Jam Sessions held twice a month at the Legion upstairs, Blue Room
-back-up Band