PUBLIC NOTICES

Public Council Meeting

The next public council meeting will take place on Tuesday, July 5, 2022.

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING

The next Committee of the Whole Meeting will take place on Tuesday, July 19, 2022.

OUR LITTLE FREE PANTRIES

We are pleased to announce we have two LITTLE FREE PANTRIES located in our town. One located by the Town Office, Harbour Main and another at the intersection of the Conception Bay Highway and the turn off going down to Chapel's Cove (known to some residents as Chapel's Cove Cross).

GIVE WHAT YOU CAN

TAKE WHAT YOU NEED

A big shout out and thank you to Chapel's Cove resident Derm Corbett who donated his time and expertise to building our Little Free Food Pantries.

Payment of property Taxes

Residents can pay their property taxes via the following:

Payment by Credit Card (via telephone or in person), Personal Cheques, Bank Drafts or Money Orders can be done in person or via our drop box at the Town Office.

A new drop box has been installed near the main door for the convenience of those who do not wish to come into the office or for after hours delivery.

Online Banking through Bank of Montreal, Scotiabank, Toronto Dominion or Royal Bank of Canada. Search "Harbour Main, ChapelCove Lakeview Tax" when registering your bill. Enter your Name or Phone Number for the account number.

AND

EMAIL MONEY TRANSFER TO

hmcouncil@eastlink.ca

Senior Citizen’s Property Tax Reduction

Note: Senior Citizen’s Property Tax Reduction - Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS)

Residents who receive the GIS can submit a copy of the Town's Application Form and a copy of proof of their entitlement letter supporting the approval of the Guaranteed Income Supplement to the town office for a discount on their property taxes.

Position Available

Tourism, Culture and Heritage Committee

Do you believe our town could be doing more to promote tourism? Are you someone who has a passion for history? Many residents say our community is historic, yet little of days gone by is formally documented and stories of years ago remain untold. We want to ensure our history is not lost and, at the same time, promote our town as a tourist destination. Please consider lending your talents and join the Tourism, Culture, and Heritage Committee. It takes little of your time as we usually only meet once a month. Please contact the town office for further information. Tel. 229-6822; Email: hmcouncil@eastlink.ca

Fireworks

As a reminder to our residents, the Town does have a Nuisance Policy which discourages the use of firearms, fireworks, and/or other similar noise-making devices between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. Council encourages all residents to be mindful and respectful of the people around you when setting off fireworks. Fireworks can be incredibly stressful on parents of small children particularly those with sensitivities to noise; individuals with epilepsy, autism, down syndrome, post-traumatic stress disorder and dementia, and their families; and of course, our beloved pets. Please keep this in mind before you set off fireworks at anytime of the day or night.

NOTICE

The Town Office has some Compost Bins available.

The cost to purchase is $25.00.

DID YOU KNOW???

THE RECYCLING BAG HAS TO GO INTO THE GARBAGE, IF INCORRECT ITEMS ARE PLACED IN IT.

TO ASSIST RESIDENTS WITH PROPER RECYCLING REQUIREMENTS OUR GARBAGE COLLECTOR WILL BE PUTTING A STICKER ON INCORRECT BAGS OF RECYCLING AND LEAVING THEM FOR THE HOMEOWNER TO CORRECT AND PLACE OUT ON NEXT RECYCLING DAY.

StS. Peter and Paul Parish

Sts. Peter and Paul Parish welcome all Parishioners for Sunday Mass at 9:30 am.

  • No need to call to preregister to attend.

  • No longer any restrictions on the number of attendees at mass.

  • Continue to wear masks during mass.

  • Physical distancing is no longer required while seated.

Please remember to wear a mask and to hand sanitize when entering the church.