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March 2024

RFP- 54 West Street

By News

Date: March 19, 2024

 

Project: Demolition/Clean up and Removal of Debris

Address: 54 West Streat

 

Scope of Work: The contract shall include the supply and all labor, equipment, material, and services necessary to carry out the following work.

 

  1. The contractor shall remove the debris located on the site at 54 West Street in McAdam N.B.
  2. The debris from the address must be removed and taken to the Hemlock Knoll Waste Management Facility in Lawrence Station N.B.
  3. All footings and foundations are to be removed and excavated, areas shall be backfilled with clean fill and compacted. The site grade shall match existing.
  4. Must coordinate with the Village of McAdam the capping of any existing water and sewer lines. All costs are the bidder’s responsibility.
  5. Disconnection of electrical and telecommunication lines back to the pole.
  6. The contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all applicable permits to perform the specified work.
  7. The contractor is responsible for any damage to adjacent property, overhead powerlines, infrastructure, or street.
  8. Copies of all delivery slips from the landfill must accompany the final bill.
  9. Contractor to complete work by April 26, 2024

 

Note: The contractor must provide proof of liability insurance and WorkSafe N.B. compensation insurance when placing quotation.

Contact and site visit: All inquiries regarding this project can be directed to Johnny Walsh Village of McAdam at 506-784-2293 or email at jwalsh@mcadamnb.com

Completion Date: April 26,2024

Closing Date: Quotations will be received by Noon on Tuesday, March 26th, 2024

Quote shall be delivered to:      Village of McAdam

146 Saunders Road

McAdam N.B.

E6J-1L2

 

Marked: Demolition/Clean up quote for 54 West Streat

RFP – 47 Highland Avenue

By News

Date: March 19, 2024

 

Project: Demolition/Clean up and Removal of Debris (Two Garages Only)

Address: 47 Highland Avenue

 

Scope of Work: The contract shall include the supply and all labor, equipment, material, and services necessary to carry out the following work.

 

  1. The contractor shall remove the debris located on the site at 47 Highland Avenue in McAdam N.B.
  2. The debris from the address must be removed and taken to the Hemlock Knoll Waste Management Facility in Lawrence Station N.B.
  3. All footings and foundations are to be removed and excavated, areas shall be backfilled with clean fill and compacted. The site grade shall match existing.
  4. Must coordinate with the Village of McAdam the capping of any existing water and sewer lines. All costs are the bidder’s responsibility.
  5. Disconnection of electrical and telecommunication lines back to the pole.
  6. The contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all applicable permits to perform the specified work.
  7. The contractor is responsible for any damage to adjacent property, overhead powerlines, infrastructure, or street.
  8. Copies of all delivery slips from the landfill must accompany the final bill.
  9. Contractor to complete work by April 26th,2024

 

Note: The contractor must provide proof of liability insurance and WorkSafe N.B. compensation insurance when placing quotation.

Contact and site visit: All inquiries regarding this project can be directed to Johnny Walsh Village of McAdam at 506-784-2293 or email at jwalsh@mcadamnb.com

Completion Date: April 26,2024

Closing Date: Quotations will be received by Noon on Tuesday, March 26th, 2024.

Quote shall be delivered to:      Village of McAdam

146 Saunders Road

McAdam N.B.

E6J-1L2

 

Marked: Demolition/Clean up quote for 47 Highland Avenue (Garages Only)

Bakery Opportunity

By News

Have you always dreamed of operating your own bakery in a growing community while at the same time having a slower paced lifestyle?  If you have, the Village of McAdam has a turnkey opportunity that may be just what you are looking for.

The business location lies in the heart of the Village next to the McAdam Train Station.  Your customer base in McAdam consists of 1,300 permanent residents and is home to the McAdam Train Station and The Gun Dealer, who between them receive over 50,000 visitors per year.

The building within which the business would reside is well-maintained and has been modernized.  The baking equipment including stoves, ovens, refrigerators, dough rollers, etc., is only a year old and is included in the building lease.

Every community needs a bakery that offers freshly baked bread, pastries, cakes, donuts, desserts, and coffee for those on the go.  Whether you’re an experienced entrepreneur or just starting out, this business offers the perfect opportunity to take control of your life and build a successful future.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to own and create a successful business that offers a unique combination of services in a prime location within a growing community.  Contact us today to learn more!

The Village of McAdam, jwalsh@mcadamnb.com, 506-784-2293

Interested Applicants please provide the following information by March 22, 2024:

 

  • A detailed resume and business plan outlining your work experience, hours of operation and products you will be providing.

 

The successful applicant will be responsible for the first and last month’s rent up front and proof of commercial liability insurance. ($2,000,000 min)

 

The lease is $750.00 per month (which includes all the equipment in the building) plus utilities.

 

The Village will cover water/sewer for one year then it will be the responsibility of the lessee.

The Village will be responsible for winter snow removal as well as lawn care during the summer.

 

 

Chase the Ace 2024

By News

The McAdam Heart and Home Corporation, Royal Canadian Legion McAdam Branch #7, Wauklehegan Manor, McAdam Elementary School, and the McAdam Recreation Committee

are happy to announce they will be starting a new

Chase the Ace of Hearts to improve our Community

beginning 8 March 2024

 

Jackpot for 8 March is Estimated to be $5,000.00.

Tickets will be available for purchase in three ways:

  • for sale in-person through the week during business hours at the Gun Dealer, J.H. Cook & Sons, and The McAdam Home & Building Centre. Ticket sales at these store locations will conclude at 12pm each Friday before that Friday’s draw;
  • For sale in-person at the Legion each Friday from 3 pm to 7 pm; and,
  • for sale by E-Transfer (chasetheace@mcadamnb.com) from 8pm Friday evening (after the draw) to 8pm Thursday evening the week before that Friday’s draw. Please ensure you add your e-mail address, name, and phone number with your e-transfer.

The ticket draw will take place in the McAdam Legion at 7:15 pm.

Funds earned from the lottery will be used by:

  • H&H to construct, in McAdam, a modern, purpose-built, single-story living facility consisting of 10 individualized apartments.
  • The McAdam Legion to modernize their kitchen facilities so they may better serve the community.
  • The Wauklehegan Manor to construct a sunroom for their residents.
  • The McAdam Recreation Council to build a roof over the Village skating rink.
  • The McAdam Elementary School to construct a new playground for the school and the community.

Our province of New Brunswick lottery license is no. 1731237 131 001 and is valid for one year from 2024-03-08 to 2025-03-07.

Chase the Ace Contest Rules

Note: The winning ticket holder does not need to be present at the time of the draw to win.

  • The cost of tickets: 1 for $5.00, 3 for $10.00 and 7 for $20.00.
  • Random ticket draw takes place at 7:15 pm – winner gets 10% of ticket sales from that event.
  • The winner of the evening draw will then select a sealed envelope containing a card, either in person or by phone, from the envelopes remaining on the board. If, after 15 minutes, the winner cannot be reached, a member of the sponsoring groups will be selected to act as the winner’s representative and that person will select a card on the winner’s behalf.
  • If the Draw winner selects the envelope containing the Ace of Hearts, they will also win the jackpot (including 40% of the week’s event’s ticket sales).
  • If the Ace of Hearts isn’t selected, 40% of the event’s ticket sales goes into the prize pot for next week’s draw.
  • The prize pot grows larger every week.
  • The contest continues with the same deck of cards until the Ace of Hearts is selected.
  • Once the Ace of Hearts is drawn – a new contest begins.
  • Each week the number of cards in the remaining deck decreases by one – the card selected.
  • There is no limit on the number of tickets that can be purchased for a draw.
  • Tickets may only be purchased by those physically in the Province of New Brunswick.
  • The winner will be given their winnings in the form of a cheque.

 

Thank-you for supporting the growth and improvement of our Community and it’s member’s!