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$8 Million Invested in Sewage Treatment and Water Distribution, Port Hawkesbury

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July 11, 2002 2:44 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--$8 Million Invested in Sewage Treatment and Water Distribution, Port Hawkesbury
Two Inverness County communities will be serviced by a new centralized sewage-treatment system and Port Hastings will receive water distribution service because of a project funded through the Canada-Nova Scotia Infrastructure Program.

Dial-A-Ride in Annapolis County

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July 8, 2002 9:35 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Dial-A-Ride in Annapolis County
The following is a feature story from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations on Dial-A-Ride Nova Scotia.
Transportation services for residents in rural communities help to keep communities alive. This is particularly true in areas like Annapolis County, where a relatively small population is spread out over a large area and where a higher proportion of the population is elderly.

Le Transport de Clare, Digby

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July 8, 2002 9:30 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Le Transport de Clare, Digby County
The following is a feature story from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations on Dial-A-Ride Nova Scotia.
Volunteers play an essential role in every community and Le Transport de Clare in Digby County illustrates this idea in a tangible way. The service, which is part of the provincewide Dial-A-Ride program, credits its success to people in the community who give their time as volunteers.

Dial-A-Ride in Pictou County

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July 8, 2002 9:25 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Dial-A-Ride in Pictou County
The following is a feature story from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations on Dial-A-Ride Nova Scotia.
Residents in Pictou County are able to access services in their communities thanks to the success of the Dial-A-Ride program.

Dial-A-Ride Yarmouth

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July 8, 2002 9:20 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Dial-A-Ride Yarmouth
The following is a feature story from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations on Dial-A-Ride Nova Scotia.
Dial-A-Ride Yarmouth is helping residents in the community by providing transportation to many activities and events in the area.

Dial-A-Ride in West Hants

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July 8, 2002 9:15 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Dial-A-Ride in West Hants
The following is a feature story from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations on Dial-A-Ride Nova Scotia.
Residents of West Hants know that supportive communities come together to help those in need. The Dial-A-Ride service in West Hants is a success because of people who care about others in their community.

Dial-A-Ride Colchester County

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July 8, 2002 9:14 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Dial-A-Ride Colchester County
The following is a feature story from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations on Dial-A-Ride Nova Scotia.
For some people, visiting places like a store, a bank, or a restaurant is next to impossible. The Dial-A-Ride program in Colchester County, however, is helping people lead more fulfilling and productive lives by giving them access to activities and businesses in their own communities.

Dial-A-Ride in Kings County

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July 8, 2002 9:10 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Dial-A-Ride in Kings County
The following is a feature story from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations on Dial-A-Ride Nova Scotia.
Most people take it for granted that they can participate in events and activities in their communities, but others face challenges just to get there. The Dial-A-Ride program in Kings County is helping residents overcome these challenges.

Inclusive Transportation Conference Slated for Dartmouth

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June 24, 2002 9:53 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Inclusive Transportation Conference Slated for Dartmouth
A conference aimed at improving transportation service to disabled, elderly and low-income Nova Scotians will be held at the Ramada Hotel in Dartmouth on June 26 and 27. The conference is being organized by the Nova Scotia Community-based Transportation Association, with assistance from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations.

Strong Real Estate Market Indicates economic Growth in Western Region

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June 7, 2002 2:34 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Strong Real Estate Market Indicates Economic Growth in Western Region
Increased property values in most parts of the province reflect a continuing strong and growing real estate market in Nova Scotia. Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations' proposed assessment figures for 2003, based on January 2001 market value, show that values are up by $1.23 billion, or just over 2.5 per cent. Residential property values are up by $1.01 billion, or 3.16 per cent, and commercial property values increased by $222 million, or 1.67 per cent.

Strong Real Estate Market Indicates Economic Growth in Northern Region

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June 7, 2002 2:19 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Strong Real Estate Market Indicates Economic Growth in Northern Region
Increased property values in most parts of the province reflect a continuing strong and growing real estate market in Nova Scotia. Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations' proposed assessment figures for 2003, based on January 2001 market value, show that values are up by $1.23 billion, or just over 2.5 per cent. Residential property values are up by $1.01 billion, or 3.16 per cent, and commercial property values increased by $222 million, or 1.67 per cent.

Strong Real Estate Market Indicates Economic Growth in Eastern Region

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June 7, 2002 2:11 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Strong Real Estate Market Indicates Economic Growth in Eastern Region
Increased property values in most parts of the province reflect a continuing strong and growing real estate market in Nova Scotia. Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations' proposed assessment figures for 2003, based on January 2001 market value, show that values are up by $1.23 billion, or just over 2.5 per cent. Residential property values are up by $1.01 billion, or 3.16 per cent, and commercial property values increased by $222 million, or 1.67 per cent.

Strong Real Estate Market Indicates Growth

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June 7, 2002 1:57 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Strong Real Estate Market Indicates Economic Growth
Increased property values in most parts of the province reflect a continuing strong and growing real estate market in Nova Scotia. Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations' proposed assessment figures for 2003, based on January 2001 market value, show that values are up by $1.23 billion, or just over 2.5 per cent. Residential property values are up by $1.01 billion, or 3.16 per cent, and commercial property values increased by $222 million, or 1.67 per cent.

Strong Real Estate Market Indicates Economic Growth in Southern Region

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June 7, 2002 0:00 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Strong Real Estate Market Indicates Economic Growth in Southern Region
Increased property values in most parts of the province reflect a continuing strong and growing real estate market in Nova Scotia. Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations' proposed assessment figures for 2003, based on January 2001 market value, show that values are up by $1.23 billion, or just over 2.5 per cent. Residential property values are up by $1.01 billion, or 3.16 per cent, and commercial property values increased by $222 million, or 1.67 per cent.

Province Amends Bill 129

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May 27, 2002 1:55 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Province Amends Bill 129
The Nova Scotia government is amending a bill currently before the legislature that will ensure the province's right to assess certain industrial properties for municipal taxation purposes.

Input Sought on Sprinkler System Requirements

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May 17, 2002 2:34 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Input Sought on Sprinkler System Requirements
Nova Scotians are invited to comment on proposed changes to provincial building code requirements for sprinkler systems. Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations released a discussion paper on the topic today, May 17.

Amendments to Municipal Government, Assessment Acts Introduced

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May 2, 2002 12:17 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS---Amendments to Municipal Government, Assessment Acts Introduced
Two bills -- one affecting property tax on waterfront properties and the other, assessment of industrial properties -- were introduced today by Angus MacIsaac, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations.

Strait Municipalities Receive Planning Grant

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May 1, 2002 12:07 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Strait Municipalities Receive Planning Grant
The Nova Scotia government is supporting efforts by Strait area municipalities to work together on regional economic development initiatives.

Port Hawkesbury Offices Moving

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April 12, 2002 4:27 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Port Hawkesbury Offices Moving
Better and more convenient access to government services is coming to the residents of the Port Hawkesbury area. Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations announced today, April 12, that its Registry of Motor Vehicles and Consumer Services offices are moving to the former vocational school at 400 Reeves St.

Omnibus Bill Introduced

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

April 12, 2002 4:10 PM

JUSTICE--Omnibus Bill Introduced
Justice Minister Michael Baker today introduced amendments that will help streamline the province's justice system. The Justice Administration Amendment (2002) Act includes changes to the way in which tenants settle disputes with landlords and how various fines are levied in the province.

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