Tender 2019-005 – Brunswick Street Property & Site Development – Status: OPEN (Closes: November 8, 2019 at 2:00pm)
The Town of St. George invites respondents to submit a Request for Proposal for the development of lands for the purpose of construction of a multi-unit apartment complex, with minimum of thirty (30) individual units, with construction to commence on or before August 1, 2020 with a completion date on or before September 1, 2021. This land is currently owned by the Town and located at 70 Brunswick Street, having PID # 01316447; with an area of up to, plus or minus, 1.24 hectares; identified as lot 2019-3.
Tender TOSG-192855 – Residential Lagoon Aeration Upgrades – Status: OPEN (Closes: October 31, 2019 at 2:00pm)
The Town of St. George invites respondents to submit for tender for upgrades to the residential lagoon aeration system. The project is located in the Town of St. George and generally involves, but is not necessarily limited to the removal of an existing aeration system from their residential lagoon and the installation of a new fine bubble aeration system complete with floating lateral, header piping and all fittings and valves as shown on the drawings. There will be minor modifications made to
the building and header to accommodate the new work.
For further information on these tenders, please contact the Town Hall (506-755-4320, 1 School Street) or visit NBON at https://nbon-rpanb.gnb.ca
Demolition of the old water tower is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, October 15. Please take note of the following:
* The work will run from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.
* Work days are Monday through Thursday, except for Thanksgiving Day.
* Demolition is projected to take 2 to 3 weeks.
A few residences in the Fort Hill area are still running on the tower’s water supply and will face an outage at some time. We will update the information and notify those residents when we know the time.
Please bookmark this post to watch for the most up-to-date information.
As mentioned in Council Meetings, research was completed by the Town Office in an effort to find a solution to save the water tower. However, our tower is made of lower-grade steel than those re-purposed in other communities in both Canada and the United States. Communities whose tower is made similar to our own also had to take down their towers.
The St. George Medical Center will welcome the practice of Dr. Babar Hameed.
Dr. Hameed is moving from his current location at Granite Court, with services set to start at the beginning of November. The clinic will be open Monday through Friday.
Watch for more information as the move draws closer.
The days are getting shorter and colder. Fall is on its way, and swimming season is coming to a close.
Friday, September 13 will be the last day of the season for Canal Beach. When the gate closes Friday night the beach will be closed until Spring 2020.
Thank you for sharing your incredible pictures as you enjoyed the summer at Canal Beach. We look forward to more great times next year.
Be on the lookout for announcements as we make plans and apply for funding to make more improvements.
Thank you to Councillor Sterling Harris for taking the lead on clearing brush for the seniors housing on Granite Street. Thank you also to MLA Andrea Anderson-Mason and the crew from the Regional Development Corporation who did a wonderful job.
We also discussed further simple improvements to increase the usability and appearance of the land.
Speed Limit Change – central/downtown portion of Main Street to Brunswick Street – reduced from 50kmph to 35kmph. – Read More.
While a blue-green algae advisory from 2008 remains in place for Lake Utopia, it is only an advisory and therefore Canal Beach is OPEN for swimming.
While the beach is open for swimming, it is not recommended that swimmers swallow the water and swim with open sores/wounds.
The Town of St. George, in cooperation with the Department of Environment and the Lake Utopia Preservation Association (LUPA), continues to monitor health limits of Lake Utopia.
More information on blue-green algae can be found at gnb.ca/algae
The Town of St. George has signed land agreement involving 9 sites around the town. – Read More.