North Hat­ley News

Stanstead Journal - - NEWS - Vic­to­ria Vanier North Hat­ley

Sev­eral cit­i­zens at­tended Mon­day’s coun­cil meet­ing in North Hat­ley, most with ques­tions about the new wa­ter treat­ment fa­cil­ity. “We should start build­ing the new fa­cil­ity by the end of the summer,” said the town’s Gen­eral Direc­tor, Leonard Castag­ner. The town has up­graded their com­put­ers and will give one of their used com­put­ers to the North Hat­ley Re­cre­ation So­ci­ety. Do­na­tions of $250 each were also an­nounced for the two local cel­e­bra­tions of St. Jean Bap­tiste and Canada Day.

A new by-law was adopted mod­i­fy­ing the ex­ist­ing by-law re­lated to park­ing. Be­cause of the move of the North Hat­ley Farmer’s Mar­ket to River Park, the park­ing in the mu­nic­i­pal park­ing lot, which is be­side River Park, will be free of charge on Satur­day morn­ings while the mar­ket is open. Pav­age Maska was awarded the contract to pave Rublee Street.

The town will also be tak­ing the nec­es­sary steps to ap­ply for a Medal of Brav­ery for Daryl Williams, the North Hat­ley res­i­dent who en­tered a burn­ing build­ing and saved a man’s life last Satur­day.

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