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The Clyde River Council is seeking a new municipal administrator.  We are looking for a well-organized person who can work on their own and with Council to ensure the smooth running of the community’’s official business. The administrator works from home and must have a telephone, computer and internet access.  Click here for an outline of the duties involved.  This position is part-time and paid through a fixed regular stipend.

Start date: June 1, 2018.

Interested candidates should send an email outlining their professional and personal qualifications and experience to clyderiverpei.cic@pei.sympatico.ca.

For more information call Hilda Colodey at 902-675-3171.

 

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All Clyde River residents are invited to attend a public meeting at the Riverview Community Centre at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 6th. The meeting is intended to provide information on the 2018 municipal budget and tax rate.  There will also be updates on municipal re-structuring and the provincial Municipal Government Act.  For more information contact Bruce Brine, Municipal Administrator at clyderiver.cic@pei.sympatico.ca.  If a storm date is required, it would be the following night, March 7th at 7:00 p.m.

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Subdivision Application for Clyde River Golf Course
Wednesday, November 1, 7:00 p.m.
Riverview Community Centre, 718 Clyde River Rd.

Everyone is welcome to attend a public meeting to discuss an application to subdivide 5 lots from parcel #941609 and to subdivide 5 lots from parcel #228197, all for residential use. The proposed lots are located on or adjacent to the Clyde River Golf Course, which is located within the Cornwall Region Special Planning Area.

The Planning Act Subdivision and Development Regulations, Special Regulations for the Stratford Region, Charlottetown Region, Cornwall Region and Summerside Region Special Planning Areas require that an application for this purpose be presented at a public information meeting. Members of the public are invited to attend, and input is welcome. Provincial staff and the developer will be available to answer any questions. An information package is available at 31 Gordon Drive, Charlottetown. Email:  landuse@gov.pe.ca  or call: 902 620 3459

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Further to the approaching winter storm, the community of Clyde River’s 43rd Annual General Meeting is postponed to the storm date of Wednesday, March 15th at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Riverview Community Centre. The agenda includes approval of the budget and tax rate for 2017.

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All residents are invited to attend the community of Clyde River’’s 43rd Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, March 14 at 7:00 p.m.

The meeting takes place at the Riverview Community Centre. If by chance there is a storm that evening, the meeting will be held the following night on the 15th, same time.

The agenda includes approval of the budget and tax rate for 2017.

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The meeting to discuss changes to the Planning Act will take place tomorrow evening: Wednesday, February 22nd, 7:00 p.m.

Late last year, the provincial government amended the Planning Act Subdivision and Development Special Regulations for existing golf course developments inside the Special Planning Areas. In general, the amendments allow for the subdivision of residential lots associated with an existing golf course and/or adjoining lands under the same ownership. The change allows for the development of no more than five lots per parcel, exclusively for single family dwelling use. This change affects the Clyde River Golf Course.

All are welcome.

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This Thursday’s meeting to discuss changes to the Planning Act is being postponed based on the weather forecast for tomorrow evening.

  • New Meeting date: Wednesday, February 22nd, 7:00 p.m.
  • (Storm date, if required: Tuesday, February 28th, 7:00 p.m.)

Late last year, the provincial government amended the Planning Act Subdivision and Development Special Regulations for existing golf course developments inside the Special Planning Areas. In general, the amendments allow for the subdivision of residential lots associated with an existing golf course and/or adjoining lands under the same ownership. The change allows for the development of no more than five lots per parcel, exclusively for single family dwelling use. This change affects the Clyde River Golf Course.

All are welcome.

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