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We are pleased to announce that Jamie Burgess will begin work as the Town’s Assistant Town Engineer on April 18, 2017. He will transition to the position of Town Engineer when the current Town Engineer, Marc Belliveau retires at the end of December 2017.
Jamie is a professional engineer with extensive experience in heavy civil construction. He has worked for the past 11 years supervising the construction of water and sewer projects, sewage pumping stations, streets, roads and bridges. He has also recently consulted with an engineering firm to design on-site sewage disposal and municipal infrastructure projects. Jamie and his wife Lynne and their Golden Retriever, Will, are looking forward to living in Lunenburg.
Jamie’s contact information will be available later in April when he starts work with the Town.
With the assistance of the Federal and Provincial governments the Town of Lunenburg is pleased to be proceeding with three prioritized infrastructure projects for sewer and water system upgrades on Brook, Lincoln and Pelham Streets. Please click on the picture below for more information. Additional information about project scheduling and any traffic diversions will be provided in due course.
The Town of Lunenburg Recreation Department is pleased to welcome Tissy Bolivar as Assistant Recreation Director in preparation for Robin Scott’s retirement at the end of March when she will assume the full duties of Recreation Director. Tissy was born and raised on a rural farm in Lunenburg County. After graduating from Acadia University in 2010 with a degree in Recreation Management, she moved to the Town of Parrsboro where she worked for five years as their Recreation Director. In February 2016, she moved back home to work for the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg on a one year contract as their Active Living Coordinator. Now, Tissy is excited to start her next chapter as the Town of Lunenburg’s Recreation Director.
Lunenburg Town Council and Mayor Rachel Bailey were honoured to officially welcome Norm Collins of the NS Crosswalk Safety Society of Nova Scotia to Lunenburg on February 1. Norm and his eager team of volunteers at the NS Crosswalk Safety Society brought to the community their crosswalk safety flag program that can be accessed at various crosswalk locations in Lunenburg. Norm presented additional crosswalk flags and containers to be located at four more crosswalks in recognition of the distinguished service of former Town Councillors Thom Barclay, Tyler Hayden and Peter Zwicker who tirelessly advocated for pedestrian safety. Commemorative plaques will be placed at these four crosswalks this month in appreciation of their community dedication.