The Council has been asked to approve an application for this land (CrownLand)
from Quinlanís and wishes for the residents to provide feedback on any concerns
they may have regarding this development.
The Council will be reviewing these concerns/comments prior to making a
decision and can submit your concerns directly the government on your behalf.
Any and all feedback from residents is requested.Please submit your feedback and comments to
the Town Office before October 2nd, 2015.
COME HOME YEAR 2016
The Town has booked its first Come Home Year in 50 Years. It will be held from July 31-August 6th, 2016! If anyone is interested in participating in a planning/organizing committee please contact the Town Office before Friday Sept 11th.
Important Notice Regarding QBL Development!
and Conservation - September
The Honourable Dan
Crummell, Minister of Environment and Conservation, has announced the following
events relative to Part 10 Environmental Assessment of the Environmental
Bay de Verde Shell
By-Product Drying Facility
Quinlan Brothers Limited
is proposing the development of a shell by-product drying facility in an effort
to deal with the vast quantities of shell waste generated from their primary
shellfish processing activities in Bay de Verde. Currently, the shell is
landfilled at a site approved by the Town of Bay de Verde and the Province. To
align with the Provincial Waste Management Strategy, Quinlan Brothers is
proposing the development of this new facility, to be constructed approximately
600 metres off Main Road in Bay de Verde on the same route currently being used
to transport shell to the existing landfill. Shell waste from the plant will be
transported to the facility for processing (drying and packaging) without the
use of any chemicals and the packaged product will be shipped to market. Air
emissions will be steam from the drying process while small amounts of water
from the washing process will be diverted to a septic system. Construction is
expected to commence late Fall 2015.
The undertaking was
registered on September 1, 2015; the deadline for public comments is October 9,
2015; and the ministerís decision is due by October 16,
PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER ADVISORY IN EFFECT
Due to ongoing construction and the need to constantly shut off the Town's water supply a precautionary boil water advisory is now in effect.
Please note that although the water supply you receive is being chlorinated it is advised that you bring any water you intend on digesting to a rapid boil for 1 minute before use.
This advisory will remain in effect until further notice.
Summer Construction Project Notice
Notice to Residents and Visitors to Bay de Verde.
Starting on Monday August 3th constructions projects will begin.
There will be paving on Tavernor's Road and a sewer expansion project on Cherry Hill that may affect vehicle traffic.
Also the breakwater expansion project will begin and may cause disruptions down by the plant as well as noise throughout the community from blasting and constructions work.
We are sorry for any inconveniences this may cause and ask you use caution or avoid these areas if at all possible.
Thank you to our sponsors!
The Recreation Committee would like to thank our sponsors of Bay de Verde Days for their support.
Special mention goes to the Town of Bay de Verde for their support and for sponsoring the Fireworks Show on the Friday night.
Further mention goes to Quinlan Brother's Ltd. on their generous donation to various events being held throughout the community, Reptile Show, Family Night and Family Fun Day.
Your support is greatly appreciated!
A BUSY SUMMER IN BAY DE VERDE
There are alot of activities going on in Bay de Verde this summer:
1. There will be lots of construction on the go again this summer. There will be sewer expansion from Cherry Hill Road up to and including Highland Road. The Harbour Authority will also begin the first phase of their breakwater project. Please take caution in these areas as traffic will be affected.
2. The Heritage Committee and Recreation Committee have students hired for summer employment and the Heritage Committee is beautifying their Heritage Park.
3. The Heritage House is now open daily from 10am - 5pm. Drop by for a visit, have some coffee or tea and indulge in our culture.
4. Finally, Bay de Verde Days is from July 27th until August 2. We look forward to having many visitors to our area and a great festive summer.
The Town Council and Staff wish everyone a great summer!
Are you prepared? The Town would like to remind residents to always be prepared!
All residents should have a Disaster Supplies Kit (see list below) that has a three day supply of water, food, and clothing for each person including supplies for family pets. Replace food and water annually.
-Two litres of drinking water per person/per day -Non-perishable canned and dried foods -Can opener and disposable plates and utensils -Prescription glass/contact lenses and supplies -Prescription medications -Personal hygiene items -First aid supplies -Battery-operated radio -Flashlight and batteries -Cash -Car and house keys -Change of clohting and footwear per person -Copies of essential family documents.
For any other information to help you and your family get prepared visit. www.GetPrepared.ca and know the risks, make a plan and get a kit!
New slide for the Playground
The Town Council has purchased a new slide for the Hilltop Playground. We hope the children will enjoy spending time playing on it.
New changes to the waterline
Dear residents, with the new improvements to our water supply lines there is an increased amount of pressure to households. The Town is recommending all residents have a pressure release valve installed on their homes. Please contact the office or maintenance operator if you have any further questions.
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The Bay de Verde Heritage House was built in 1896 by Mr. John Blundon and family of Bay de Verde. The structure of the house is a good example of Merchant Class Victorian housing. The house was donated by Mrs. Dorothy Blundon and family to the Town of Bay de Verde on September 16, 1996 (exactly 100 years after it was constructed). It is now preserved and used as a Heritage House.
Explore our history • Walk the boardwalks & hiking trail to Lazy Rock • Have a chat with our interpreters • We offer free WI-FI