- Municipal Services
The Lunenburg Town Office (119 Cumberland Street) will be CLOSED on Monday, May 20, 2019 for the Victoria Day Holiday.
The office will re-open on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 8:15 a.m.
A *special* Council Meeting is being held on Thursday, May 23rd at 12:00 p.m. The public is welcome!
• CBCL Engineering will present their final Wastewater Treatment Plant study report to Council.
Note: A second special meeting will be held for the Wastewater Collection System study, date to be announced.
See the full Agenda package on the Town website: bit.ly/2HWjzbV
*Note: All these presentations are available in the full Agenda package.
Town staff said our congratulations last Friday to a long-time valued member of our Public Works team, Craig “Flower” Crouse. Flower has retired after dedicating 39 years to serving the needs of Lunenburg’s residents and businesses.
We wish him good health and happiness in his most deserved retirement, and hope he and Angela enjoy it!
"Read more" for retirement party photos.
As part of Town Council's budget review process, the Draft 2019/20 Operating and Capital Budgets will be presented at Council at the May 28, 2019 meeting at 5:15 p.m.
For copies of the Draft Budgets, contact the Town Office at 902-634-4410 or see the Municipal Services/Finance and Tax Rates page on the Town website: www.explorelunenburg.ca/finances-and-tax-rates
New Lunenburg Academy heritage interpretive panels have been installed at the corner of Kaulbach Street and Unity Lane, next to the school. Take a look the next time you're visiting the library or out for a walk, or see pdf here (3.87 MB) for a preview.
The Town of Lunenburg is seeking volunteers to serve on a Council Succession Development Sub-Committee. Deadline for application: June 5, 2019.
The Sub-Committee will be made up of five (5) citizen members, two (2) of which will ideally be former members of Council. The Sub-Committee will report to the General Government Committee.
The primary purpose of the Sub-Committee is to conduct an independent review of the current annual remuneration paid to the Town of Lunenburg’s Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Council, and recommend an appropriate remuneration structure for implementation after the October 2020 election.
The Town of Lunenburg is pleased to announce that Lee Fougere, P. Eng., joined our staff as Town Engineer at the end of February.
Lee is a Civil Engineer and graduate of St. FX and Dalhousie Universities. He has held senior management positions at Jacques Whitford, Stantec Consulting, and Canadadrill Geotechnical Division, focusing on geotechnical and materials engineering.
Originally from Port Hawkesbury, Cape Breton, Lee and his fiancée Ashleigh are currently planning their wedding (congratulations!) for July of this year. In his free time, you can catch him gardening, playing golf, camping, and hiking the spectacular walking trails around the region.
We are delighted that this talented individual has chosen to work with the Town in such an important role for the betterment of our community. Please join us in welcoming Lee to the Town team!