News and Notices
News and Notices
Glovertown Festivals and Special Events Committee Seeking New Members
The Town of Glovertown has recently made changes to the role of the Glovertown Recreation Commission. The new name of the Committee is the Glovertown Festivals and Special Events Committee.
We currently have the following members:
Terri Lynn Hiscock
We are looking for new membership.
If you wish to be on the Committee or require more information please contact Pam Thornhill, Economic Development Officer and Recreation Director
We require worker(s) to:
Resurface and Upgrade Existing Playground
The expected project start date is: November 7th, 2015
• These positions pay minimum wage.
• All positions are open to both women and men.
• Workers must be currently unemployed to be eligible to work on the project.
• Workers can be employed for up to 400 hours.
• Individuals who require more than 400 hours of project employment in order to obtain EI benefits are not eligible to participate.
• Individuals must qualify for EI by the end of the project. Further information regarding EI eligibility is available from Service Canada.
• Individuals must...
The Town of Glovertown has hired Tract Consulting to undertake a Recreation Master Plan that will guide the development of recreation facilities and servcies for the next ten years.
Please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3v5DJX9 to complete the survey and give a voice to your opinions and thoughts on recreation in our town. Please share.
Survey will run from June 8 to 28. If you have any question please contact Pam Thornhill at 533-2351.
WE ARE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR STUDENT POSITIONS WITH THE SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM. WE ARE SEEKING DYNAMIC AND WELL-ORGANIZED YOUTHS TO FILL 2 POSITIONS. THE POSITIONS WILL RUN FOR 7 WEEKS STARTING JULY 2016.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS ARE FRIDAY JUNE 3, 2016 AT 4:30 PM. DROP THEM OFF TO THE TOWN OFFICE OR EMAIL PAM THORNHILL AT firstname.lastname@example.org. PLEASE INDICATE WHICH POSITION YOU ARE INTERESTED IN.
Lot #'s 51 & 52 to be sold as one residential building lot (one house only) at the corner of Future Street and Campbell Place.
Minimum price to be considered is $26,000.00 plus HST.
Interested parties can pick up tender package at the Town office or request an email or fax.
For further information, please contact the Town office at 533-2351.
Written expressions of interest will be received on or before March 18, 2016.
The Town Council has received a letter from Dept. of Environment and Conservation office of the Minster advising that the Terra Nova Bridge, in the Town of Terra Nova, along the T'Railway Provincial Park, will remain closed due to Public Safety concerns. It is important that all snowmobiliers and other users be aware of the bridge closure, and understand the serious concerns with the structure.
An inpsection of the bridge has indicated significant deterioration of the concrete in the piers and abutments. Use of the bridge by any form of foot or vehicular traffic has the potential to cause...
THE TOWN COUNCIL HAS BEEN CONTACTED BY THE SCHOOL ASKING US TO ADVISE LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS AND BUSINESSES THAT THERE ARE SOME STUDENTS IN GRADE 9-12 STILL WORKING AT EARNING THEIR VOLUNTEER HOURS FOR A COURSE THAT THEY HAVE TO COMPLETE. IF YOU ARE NEEDING VOLUNTEER SERVICES PLEASE CONTACT SHAWN ROWE AT 533-3333 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
Collection will be as follows:
Monday & Tuesday: Bulk items, such as furniture and metals
Wednesday & Thursday: Wood products, excluding construction and demolition materials.
Refuse must not be put out any earlier than 2 days prior to collection and must not be put out after the designated day of the clean up. Each street will be completed once during this period as per the collection schedule above. Once collection is done for a specific type of item the truck will not return to pick up this type of item again.
Please watch for flyer in the...
Council has received a proposal from Drexel Sparkes to develop a 12 site RV Park at 245 Station Road (between East-Glo Electric warehouse and Glovertown self storage units).
Any persons who feel they would be adverely affected should this proposal be approved, must express their concerns in writing, to Council on or before 3:00 pm, Tuesday, September 29, 2015.
1) Give Council the discretionary authority to permit the operation of home occupations in accessory buildings on residential properties.
2) Establish conditions under which a home occupation may be permitted to operate. The purpose of these conditions will be to limit the potential for negative impacts in residential areas.
Council invites comments from residents on the proposed change. The draft amendments are available for viewing at the Town Office and on our Website, www.glovertown.net.
Comments or objections can be made by submitting a signed statement to Council or expressing your views in person to the Town Clerk on or before...
SYSTEMATIC FLUSHING OF ALL MAIN WATER LINES WILL TAKE PLACE FROM JUNE 23 TO JULY 10, 2015 EXCLUDING SATURDAY AND SUNDAYS.
DURING THIS PERIOD, RESIDENT MAY EXPERIENCE FLUCTATING WATER PRESSURE, DISCOLOURATION, OR DEBRIS IN THE WATER LINES. IF THIS OCCURS, RUN THE WATER UNTIL CLEAR, THEN REMOVE FAUCET AERATORS AND CAREFULLY FLUSH AND DEBRIS FROM SCREENS AND WASHERS, ENSURING THAT ALL PARTS ARE REASSEMBLED IN THE CORRECT ORDER AND ORIENTATION.
Council has received an application from East-Glo Castle Building Supplies to construct 5 affordable housing units on the north side of Angle Brook Road just beyond the property of Kevin Holloway.
Council has received a request from Edwart Stewart to establish a domestic sawmill at 19 Riverside Road East.
Council has received a request from Keith Feltham to relocate domestic sawmill to 5 Hawkins Road.
Any persons who feel they would be adversely affected should any of these request be approved, must express their concerns in writing, to Council on or before 3:00 pm, Thuesday March 31,...
FEB. 14 - TERRA NOVA TRAILRIDERS POKER RUN AND DANCE AT LIONS CLUB - 8AM -9 PM
FEB. 16 - SNOWOBILE/ATV PARADE AROUND THE BAY AT 7 PM. STARTING AT CENTRAL BOAT LAUNCH. FIREWORKS TO FOLLOW.
FEB. 17 - ANGLICAN CHURCH ACW - SOUP AND PANCAKES 12- AND 5-6.
FEB. 18 - DINNER THEATRE AT 7. GLOVERTOWN ACADEMY. TICKETS $17.50 EACH.
FEB. 19 - TRAYTOWN COMMUNITY HALL BAKE SALE AND HOCKEY GAME ON OUTDOOR RINK. STARTING AT 6 PM.
FEB. 21 - COMMUNITY BREAKFAST AT LIONS CLUB - 8 AM. 2-4 PM FAMILY FUN DAY @ RECREATION GROUNDS. CURLING BONSPIEL...
Glovertown Gardens Arena will see its ice surface ready on Friday, October 10th, 2014. The first event on the ice will be a hockey camp hosted by Impact Hockey from Grand Falls-Windsor, on Saturday, October 11th.
Start dates for local groups are as follows:
Terra Nova Tornadoes Figure Skating - Tuesday, October 14th
Glovertown & Area Minor Hockey - Wednesday, October 15th
Glovertown Curling Club - Monday, October 20th
To keep up to date on regular and special events at the arena, please check back on our website for a full arena schedule including public skates and recreational hockey. For...
The 8th Annual Diamond Dash Cross-Country Race will be held on Saturday, September 27, 2014 at Ken Diamond Memorial Park. The organizing committee are proud to announce details for this year's event. Further information can be viewed by clicking here. Further information can be obtained by contacting the Town Office @ 533-2351 or by e-mail, email@example.com.
Town Council wishes to notify users of Ken Diamond Memorial Park that a Pet Waste Station has recently been ordered and will be installed at the entrance to the Park. Bags will be provided at the station for pet owners to stoop and scoop after their pets.
In addition, signage and further public advertising will be pursued to remind park users that pets are to be tethered at all times while walking on the Park trails. Fines will be issued to those identified with dogs off-leash while using KDMP.
The Town of Glovertown and its partners CBCL Limited are pleased to announce the Public Events Schedule for the Glovertown Centre Plan Design Week. We invite you to come and share your vision for the Town Centre with the Project Team during the following times:
Public Open House: Tuesday, March 25; 7-9 PM @ Town Hall
Public Drop-in Session #1: Wednesday, March 26; 12-1 PM @ Town Hall
Public Drop-in Session #2: Wednesday, March 26; 5-6 PM @ Town Hall
Public Drop-in Session #3: Thursday, March 27; 12-1 PM...
Some of you may be familiar with the children’s book series Flat Stanley. Written by the late Jeff Brown in 1964, Stanley Lambchop is a young boy who was flattened when a bulletin board in his bedroom fell on him while he slept. “Flat Stanley” enjoys the perks of his new body, sliding under doors, acting as a kite, and most importantly, his ability to be folded up, placed in an envelope, and mailed to his friends.
The storybook took on a new phase in 1995, when a...