McADAM BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE
INVITE YOU TO
A VIRTUAL UNVEILING OF THE 2ND CPR BENCH
ON SATURDAY 31ST OCTOBER
AT 1.00 P.M.
Due to COVID-19 regulations, the unveiling will take place live on the Village of McAdam’s Facebook.
Rain date Sunday 1st November at 1.00 p.m. via Facebook.
McADAM HEART AND HOME ON-LINE AUCTION
McAdam Heart and Home are holding an online auction. Items include:
- Ducks Unlimited Signed Print
- ATV Helmets
- Gift Certificates for the Fredericton Inn:
- Overnight stay and breakfast for two
- Evening Buffet
- Sunday Brunch
- Pick up truck loader
- Gift Certificate for an overnight stay at the Hilton Garden Inn – Fredericton
- Gas Card
- Swiss Chalet Dinners
- Jean Coutu gift card
- Gift Bags
- Emergency car kits
- Six months supply of The Saint Croix Courier
- Glass cleaner
- Travel blanket
All items will be available to bid on at the Heart and Home Facebook page from 8.00 a.m. Monday 2nd November until 8 a.m. Monday 16th November. Winning bidders will be listed on Facebook by Friday 20th November 2020. Only bids placed on the McAdam Heart and Home Corporation Facebook page will be accepted. Please do not share to any other Facebook page.
New Brunswick Public Health is monitoring a Covid-19 outbreak at Woodland Pulp in Baileyville Maine. 7 workers have tested positive to date. Woodland Pulp employs several Canadians who travel back and forth from the plant to St. Stephen and the surrounding area. New Brunswick Public Health is asking residents in the border region to be extra vigilant in their daily activities by avoiding large crowds where physical distancing cannot be maintained, wearing a mask in public areas and washing their hands frequently or using hand sanitizer.
This evolving situation reminds us all here in McAdam that Covid-19 remains on our doorstep and the disease is merely waiting for new unwary hosts. We will keep you updated as more information becomes available. Stay safe everyone.
VILLAGE OF MCADAM
146 SAUNDERS ROAD
MCADAM, NB E6J 1L2
Public Hearing of Objections
Take notice that the Council of the Village of McAdam intends to hold a Public Hearing of Objections, pursuant to Section 111 of the Community Planning Act, to consider objections to an amendment to By-Law 58, being the McAdam Rural Plan. The hearing will take place on Thursday, October 9th, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. This zoning amendment (By-law 63) looks to rezone a number of properties around Farm Road and the Southwestern corner of the Village from Single and Two-Family Residential Zone (R1) to Rural or Greenbelt Zone (G).
The public hearing will be held online over Zoom Webinar, you must register by using this link: LINK A. After registration, an email will be sent to your inbox with login information on how to join and participate in the meeting. Please note: If you join by computer or an Internet-connected cell phone with the Zoom Cloud Meetings application, you will require a working microphone to speak during this meeting. It is strongly advisable to test your Internet connection and microphone prior to the meeting. During the meeting you will be initially unseen/unheard but you may make comments or request to speak by typing into the Zoom chat textbox or using the ‘raise hand’ function. If you have technical issues that would prevent you from participating in this meeting, please contact (506) 466-3141 no later than 12:00 PM October 8th 2020 for assistance.
McAdam Village Council
Village of McAdam Public Notice
In compliance with the Community Planning Act of New Brunswick (C-19), By- law #61, A By-law to Amend the Village of McAdam Rural Plan By-law #58 of the Village of McAdam, had its third and final reading at the April 29th, 2020 Council Meeting, was approved by the Minister of the Department of Environment and Local Government on May 27th, 2020 and then registered at the York County Registry Office of Service New Brunswick on July 9th, 2020 as document #40228141.
The Village Council has today been notified by CertainTeed Saint-Gobain the gypsum wall-board plant in McAdam will cease production 28 August 2020 and the plant will be permanently closed by 28 February 2021. This is devastating news for the community but even more so for the 59 employees at the Certainteed plant and the other employees of service companies that relied on the plant for work. Roughly two thirds of the employees affected reside in McAdam while the remaining third reside in Fredericton, Harvey and St. Stephen. Our hearts go out to all of you and your families during this time of uncertainty.
Council was advised this morning the reason for the closure was based on poor market conditions and the plant was working at 22 percent of its capacity. The company has told Council they are committed to working closely with all employees to mitigate the closure by assisting them with career counselling and job opportunities at other Certainteed plants.
We have notified government officials and will be requesting a meeting with Premier Higgs and his staff to discuss the CertainTeed plant closure and together develop a strategy going forward to minimize the negative impacts of this closure on the members of our community affected directly and the Village as a whole.
We are all in this together and together we will get through this.