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oper to fur­ther dis­cuss the mat­ter.

“In re­la­tion to re­cent applications for Crown Land, it’s the town’s pol­icy not to ap­prove applications for Crown Land within town bound­aries that is re­served for town us­age.”

The com­mit­tee rec­om­mended ap­proval in prin­ci­ple for a quarry, sub­ject to other gov­ern­ment ap­proval.

Town Man­ager Ed Frad­sham said he would like it to go on record “that a small por­tion of that land is in dis­pute.”


Coun. Clarence Mercer said, “On Thurs­day af­ter­noon we’re host­ing 70 peo­ple from the Depart­ment of Tourism.”

From noon to 3:15 p.m. they’ll be at the Ma­sonic Lodge, for a por­tion of A Time in Pi­geon In­let, he said. Then they’ll go to the coun­cil cham­bers, visit the mu­seum and art gallery and the walk­ing trail and fin­ish up with a mus­sel boil at Three Sis­ters (beach).

In July, Vic­to­ria LOL 3 Mu­seum and Play­house will be putting off their first per­for­mance of A Sol­dier’s Heart, the coun­cil­lor added.

Draft reg­u­la­tions

Coun. Phil Wood sug­gested leav­ing a copy of the draft Her­itage reg­u­la­tions at the town of­fice for view­ing over the next two weeks.

“That will al­low any re­sponse from the pub­lic in time for the next meet­ing,” he said.


Mayor Glenn Lit­tle­john chaired the meet­ing at­tended by Deputy Mayor Melvin Walsh and Coun­cil­lors Ger­ald Green­land, Bill Sey­mour, Clarence Mercer, Wal­ter Yet­man and Philip Wood.

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