Stanstead needs new workers
people retires, are called to better jobs, the town of Stanstead is in a crush worker wise right now, filling jobs right and left. Latest to is the town clerk, Catherine Beaudoin, who has been called to the rescue in Wotton, closer to her hometown of Asbestos. This town is now in a messy situation, somehow their taxes have shot up by 26%. All attempt at keepin her in town failed at the meeting, even offering her the crown of Miss Stanstead. Council congratulated her for what she did in the few months that she was with us. A new building inspector has been hired and will be on post in mid March.
The web site will be redone at a cost of $9,000 by the same firm that does the one in Ayer’s Cliff.
Manoir Stanstead is getting the last installment of its five year credit to the amount of $25,000
Christopher Goodsell contract as fire chief has been renewed.
In a modification of the zoning planning, the Derusha project on Railroad, near the Tomifobia River can now accept duplexes.
The will be an endure and 4wheeler event later this summer, council has approved the details, next step is the
Commission de Protection des Terres Agricoles administrative tribunal, not known for its speed.
And finally, it brought dozens to the meeting, “weary, feeling small, tears in their eyes, will council dry them
all.”, to paraphrase Simon and Garfunkel. And it did, the little bridge, facing trouble water, will survive. It should reopen in late May, the work will cost $46,000. It seems that it was not designed to survive winter…
Mayor Dutil and General Director Karine Duhamel and departing Interim Town Clerk, Catherine Beaudoin.