Dual-stream recycling is becoming a reality in the Town of Amherst.
Council approved the second reading on Feb. 26 of amendments to the town’s solid waste bylaw that will result in the town moving to a dual-stream collection of recyclable materials from a single-stream collection.
Bordertown Biker Bash representatives outlined their plans for the 2018 bash to Amherst councillors during council’s committee of the whole meeting on Feb. 20.
Spokesman Peter Rushton said the three-day event will begin on July 13, at a new venue. Instead of being held downtown, the bash will be moved to the Atlantic Superstore’s side parking lot, off of South Albion Street, that is located between the Superstore gas station and Tim Hortons.
There’s a different flag flying in the Town of Amherst.
Cubs, scouts and venturers from the Amherst, Fenwick and Springhill scouting organizations raised a Scouts Canada flag on Feb. 15 moments after Deputy-mayor Sheila Christie read a proclamation declaring Feb. 18-24 Scout-Guide Week in the Town of Amherst.