The following are the noted highlights of the Town of Amherst Regular Council Meeting held April 24, 2017.
Mayor Kogon and Warden Gillis presented together on Cumberland County's Economic Readiness at the 2017 Amherst & Area Chamber's Annual General Meeting.
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In an effort to increase use of the Amherst Stadium and to support the Town of Amherst's Physical Activity Strategy, on August 9, 2016, the Town of Amherst announced a pilot initiative to eliminate the ice-time fees for youth and youth serving organizations who wish to use the Amherst Stadium.
Rotary members in Amherst, Nova Scotia, took action to bring two families from war-torn Syria to their country, where the refugees are starting a new life.
Finding help when you need it can be a challenge. If you need information on services in your community but don’t know where to turn, 211 can help.
The 2017 Nova Scotia 55+ games are scheduled for September 13-16 in Lunenburg County.
Town of Amherst Tax Sale - Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
Amherst Town Council has developed a new Strategic Plan that will guide Council and Staff for the next year towards an aligned strategic vision and goal to make Amherst a more prosperous town to live, work and play. Amherst’s new Strategic Plan was formally approved at Monday night’s Regular Council Meeting.
From April 23-29, communities across Canada will celebrate National Volunteer Week
as a way to recognize and thank individuals and organizations who give of their time to
help others by supporting the causes in which they believe in.