Utility and review board calls public hearing on Springhill's future

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First meeting on June 18 at Dr. Carson & Murray Community Centre

SPRINGHILL – The process that could lead to the dissolution of the Town of Springhill has officially begun.

The N.S. Utility and Review Board has called the first public hearing to consider Springhill's application to dissolve as a town.

An application has been filed with the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board to dissolve the town and a public hearing has been scheduled for June 18 at 10:30 a.m. at the Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre.

The purpose of the meeting is to determine what studies should be prepared, to consider requests from individuals or groups to be granted formal standing and to set a date for a public hearing to consider the proposed dissolution.

The board will not hear arguments for or against dissolution at the June 18 meeting.

Anyone wishing to appear at the June 18 meeting must submit written notice by June 13.

For more information, contact the clerk of the board, PO Box 1692, Unit M, Suite 300, 1601 Lower Water St., Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3S3, call toll-free at 1-855-442-4448 or 902-424-4448, fax number is 902-424-3919 or email is board@gov.ns.ca .

Geographic location: Halifax

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