The Town of Witless Bay is finally moving to settle its remaining bill with Dexter Construction for the work done on Southside Track last year, but it ended up deciding by accident how much of it it will pay.
I am writing to expand on the article titled “BBBAA’s dispute with council nears the boiling point,” in the Irish Loop Post November 15, 2018 to articulate the value that an organization like the BBBAA brings to our region.
Bay Bulls councillors Evelyn Tucker and Joan Luby are firing back at the head of the BBBAA for statements they feel questioned their ability to understand financial statements and their support for the regional recreation group.
A mysterious application to purchase crown land near the Old Witless Bay Line has some residents feeling left in the dark as they become increasingly frustrated with the lack of a formal public process to air their concerns.
The 2018 graduating class at Stella Maris Academy in Trepassey made a little history in the Town of Portugal Cove South last month as it was the very first time a Stella Maris graduation event was ever held in the Town.
It was three strikes you’re out for a man from Witless Bay who appeared before the Eastern Newfoundland Regional Appeal Board last month. Well-known council critic and former council candidate Edward Vickers appeared three times before the board in one day last month, losing one appeal he had launched himself against the Town and two others in which he represented other residents in unrelated cases.
A showdown was nearing this evening between the Bay Bulls to Bauline Athletic Association and two councillors with the Town of Bay Bulls just as the volunteer recreation group is on the verge of extending its operating agreements with Bay Bulls and Witless Bay.
Witless Bay councillors unhappy with quality of Southside Track work
Witless Bay Town council has moved to deal with two invoices it inherited from the old council with the hope of squashing the amounts owed to two companies for infrastructure work done on Southside Track.
Three teams from the Southern Shore rocked the Provincial cheerleading finals held in Conception Bay South last week, with all three squads coming home with banners and the senior team from Mobile Central High School earning the right to represent Newfoundland at the World championships in Florida next year.