Sealed tenders will be received at the Town Hall at 111 Hall Street, NB, until 2:00 pm, Friday, October 11th, 2019, for used equipment that the Town of Dalhousie wishes to dispose of.
Here is the list of equipment: One (1) – 2005 Chevrolet Silverado (Pick up) as is.
Tender envelopes must be clearly identified on the exterior with “Tender For Sale of Surplus Equipment”.
The vehicle can be seen on Thursday, October 3 and October 10, 2019.
Please call for appointment at 684-7600.
The Corporation of the Town of Dalhousie reserves the right to accept or reject any and all tenders received or any parts thereof.
The Highest, lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
As part of its regular maintenance, the Town of Dalhousie will conduct system and hydrant flushing beginning Monday, May 27th to Friday, May 31st, 2019
Residents may notice water discoloration and reduced water pressure. It is suggested that you flush your system by running your cold taps, after the Town’s flushing has been completed. The flushing will improve the water quality in the system.
|BY-LAW NO. 808-19|
|TOWN OF DALHOUSIE|
|A BY-LAW OF THE TOWN OF DALHOUSIE RESPECTING GARBAGE AND RECYCLING COLLECTION AND WASTE DISPOSAL|
|1.08 “Garbage Container” means:
Type A: a Roll-Out Bin made of high density polyethylene, wheeled, equipped with handles and tightly fitting cover, ranging from 200 to 360 liters in size, and water tight. The total weight of the Roll-Out Bin when full shall not exceed 250 pounds.
Type B: Or a smaller size bin made of heavy duty plastic and a tightly fitting cover. The total weight of the smaller bin shall not exceed 50 pounds.
|1.15 “Residential Property” means a single and double housing units, individual townhouse units, condominiums, apartment buildings with not more than four (4) apartment units and rooming houses with not more than nine (9) roomers.
And home occupation permitted under zoning By-Law 806-11 article 3.19, and amendments thereto.
|2. RECEPTACLES FOR GARBAGE AND RECYCLING|
2.03 The town owned recycling bin that was delivered to each residential property in 2018 must remain on the said property in case of sale or moving. The owner/occupants of the property is responsible to maintain, repair and replace the recycling bin if necessary. The Town of Dalhousie is not responsible in case of theft.
|3. RESIDENTIAL COLLECTION OF GARBAGE AND RECYCLING|
|Repeal 3.04 and replace with:
3.04 Not more than 2 (two) Roll-Out Bin Type A container or not more then 2 (two) of the smaller Type B will be collected at any one dwelling house on any collection day.
|Repeal 3.05 and replace with:
3.05 Not more than 4 (four) container will be collected at any apartment buildings with not more than four (4) apartment units and rooming houses with not more than nine (9) roomers on any collection day.
|First reading : April 15, 2019|
|Second reading : April 15, 2019|
|Third reading : scheduled for May 21, 2019|
The Town of Dalhousie is accepting applications for Summer Employment.
We also have several opportunities under the SEED program.
Application forms may be picked up at the Town Hall at 111, Hall Street, in Dalhousie and must be returned no later than May 3, 2019.
The Town of Dalhousie is very concerned about illegal dumping on town and private properties. Construction material, tires, and other unwanted waste are not to be disposed on any property. Such waste can be disposed of at the Restigouche Transfer Station in Campbellton (789-2111) and LCL Excavation in Charlo (684-3453).
Household waste and recycling can be disposed in a container at curbside alternating every 2 weeks.
Provincial laws provide fines and or jail time for this crime. Any person(s) caught and charged with illegal dumping are subject to a fine of $500.00. The fines can go up to as much as $50,000.00 for individuals. Any company(s) caught performing this crime can be charged with fines ranging from $1,000.00 to $1 million dollars.
Help keep our community clean and safe by reporting all incidents of abandoned garbage or witnessing illegal dumping. We all need to take illegal dumping seriously.
How do you report an illegal dump site or someone illegally dumping waste?
Reporting a person or persons dumping waste illegally:
Record the date, time, and location when the incident occurred. Document an accurate description of the violator(s) and of the vehicle that was used, along with the vehicle’s license plate number, write the items that were disposed of and take pictures.
Reporting an unknown illegal dump site:
Record the date and time; take GPS coordinates and pictures. The information documented should then be compiled and reported to either of the following:
Contact the New Brunswick Crime Stoppers hotline at: 1-800-222-8477 (1-800-222-TIPS) or online at http://www.crimenb.ca/
Contact your local Department of Environment at 1-800-565-1633.