For Release Thursday, Nov. 7 - Nova Scotia Federation of Municipalities (NSFM) has a new president.
She credited outgoing President Waye Mason, a Halifax councillor, for being the strong driving force behind several initiatives at NSFM.
“I can promise that the forward movement
Mood paid tribute to her grandfather, Fred Emin, for leading by example and encouraging her to get involved in municipal politics. Emin was
NSFM represents the provincial interests of all 50 municipalities in the province and the 379 mayors, wardens and councilors who govern them.
On Wednesday during the conference, Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Chuck Porter announced the government’s support for an all-party committee to review the property assessment CAP. An all-party committee recognizes what NSFM has been saying for years, that a solution to the CAP
NSFM’s strong board, made up of regional representation from across Nova Scotia, played a role in keeping municipal issues front and centre, Spencer said. “And I know it
Emily Lutz, the deputy mayor of Kings County,
Regional Caucus Chair: Councillor Clarence Prince, CBRM
Rural Caucus Chair: Deputy Mayor Geoff Stewart, County of Colchester
Towns Caucus Chair: Mayor Brenda
Regional Rep: Councillor Russell Walker, HRM
Regional Rep: Councillor George MacDonald, CBRM
Rural Rep: Warden Jim Smith, District of East Hants
Rural Rep: Councillor Patti Durkee, District of Yarmouth
Towns Rep: Mayor Jeff Cantwell, Town of Wolfville
Towns Rep: Deputy Mayor
AMA Rep: Alain Muise, CAO District of Argyle
About the NSFM
The Nova Scotia Federation of Municipalities (NSFM) has been the collective voice for municipal governments across the province since 1906. With 379 members
For more information, contact:
Amy Pugsley Fraser | Communications Advisor
NOVA SCOTIA FEDERATION OF MUNICIPALITIES
Please note: Town hall will be closed on Monday, November 11th for Remembrance Day.
As Remembrance Day approaches, the Town of Yarmouth has been busy doing its part to reach the goal of planting 1.1 Million Tulips honouring 1.1 Million Canadians who served during the Second World War.
As the winter months get closer, plans are underway for another round of "Meal-a-Day for 100 Days".
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All employment opportunities within the Town of Yarmouth will be posted here as they become available.