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Canada Day in Clyde River

All are welcome to join us to celebrate Canada Day on Monday, July 1, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Riverview Community Centre. It’s a birthday party! Be a kid again or still. Enjoy hotdogs, cupcakes and ice cream. Help us raise the flag, sing the anthem and celebrate Canada’s big day.

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Council invites suggestions for names of two roads: TransCanada Highway going through Clyde River and Service Road

Presently, the TransCanada Highway from Charlottetown to Borden runs through the municipalities of Cornwall and Clyde River. Later this year the Cornwall bypass highway will provide an alternate route between the roundabout at North River and the roundabout/interchange that will be built at the west side of Clyde River. The portion of the present TransCanada Highway that runs through the Municipality of Cornwall has already been renamed by Cornwall Council. The Clyde River Council would like our community to name the portion of the TransCanada Highway that lies within the Municipality of Clyde River. Also, there is a service road to be named.

Clyde River Council is inviting community residents to provide input on naming the two roads: the service road and the section of TCH running through Clyde River – each road will have a different name. You can include your suggestions for names in the comments section below or email administrator@clyderiverpei.com.

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The Clyde River Council invites residents to attend a public meeting on Wednesday, March 13th, 7:00 p.m. at Riverview Community Centre. Council will present the 2019/20 Financial Plan that includes Operating/Capital Budget. They will also provide updates on Clyde River’s progress in conforming to the new Municipal Government Act. Your input/questions will be welcomed. To view the agenda for Wednesday’s meeting, please click here.

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The Municipality of Clyde River has once again applied for funding to hire a summer student under the provincial “Jobs for Youth” Program. Young people living in Clyde River and 16 years of age or older, who are interested in being considered for the position must submit a Student Application with the P.E.I. Employment Development Jobs Agency. This can be done on the provincial government website, www.princeedwardisland.ca. Once there, search for “Employment Development Agency & Seasonal Jobs Registry” to find the Student Application. The successful candidate will be employed up to 10 weeks in June, July and August doing a variety of tasks including lawn and garden maintenance. If you have any questions, please contact Fred Beer, CAO at administrator@clyderiverpei.com.

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The Clyde River Council invites residents to attend a public meeting on Wednesday, March 13th, 7:00 p.m. at Riverview Community Centre. Council will present the 2019/20 Financial Plan that includes Operating/Capital Budget. They will also provide updates on Clyde River’s progress in conforming to the new Municipal Government Act. Your input/questions will be welcomed. If required, the storm date would be the next evening at 7:00 p.m., March 14th.

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Hilda Colodey, Mayor of Clyde River

On behalf of Clyde River Council, I would like to extend wishes for a safe and successful 2019. In 2018, the Clyde River History Lectures, Canada Day celebration, Strawberry Social and Christmas Party brought a lot of people to the Community Centre. We invite you, your family and friends to attend the 2019 versions of these events.

The first newsletter for 2019 will be coming your way soon to update you on Council and community activities. In early March, we will welcome your input at a public meeting where the 2019 budget will be presented and updates on Clyde River’s progress in conforming to the new Municipal Government Act will be available.

We have updated the Municipality of Clyde River Council page to include councillors and administrator bios. They have included quotes highlighting their interest in working on behalf of the community. Please check it out and get to know who is representing you in Clyde River.

Update: To view the schedule for upcoming council meetings that are open to residents to attend, please visit the Council page here.

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