North Hat­ley News

Stanstead Journal - - FORUM - Vic­to­ria Vanier North Hat­ley

Over a dozen cit­i­zens at­tended North Hat­ley’s coun­cil meet­ing on Mon­day night. “They had ques­tions about the wa­ter fil­tra­tion project and the down­town project. We re­as­sured them that stud­ies would be done to en­sure that the cit­i­zens would be pro­tected in case of any fu­ture prob­lems with that project. Some are con­cerned be­cause it is a flood zone and they don’t want to be re­spon­si­ble or li­able for any dam­ages from pos­si­ble flood­ing,” ex­plained mayor Michael Page.

The mu­nic­i­pal­ity plans to build hik­ing trails on the Scowen property, which is about 40 acres. “Our goal is to make the property more ac­ces­si­ble to the pub­lic, pos­si­bly have a place where people can park their cars,” said the mayor.

The North Hat­ley Farm­ers Mar­ket will un­of­fi­cially open in River Park, this Satur­day, and of­fi­cially at a later date. An an­tique car show will be held in North Hat­ley on June 15th, in River Park. The town earned $1500 for the NHRS with its Mother’s Day Half Marathon, held in May.

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