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Sidewalk Cleaning/Sweeping

Residents are advised that on Saturday May 27 we will be using a mechanical sweeping device to clean the remaining sand and debris from sidewalks.Sweeping will commence at 7:00 AM and will take 3-4 hours to complete. Since this is a dry sweeping method there may be dust generated by the sweeping. We highly recommend that residents who live on streets with sidewalks keep all windows on the front of their houses closed until the sweeper has passed. We ask that residents not park vehicles in a manner that blocks any portion of the sidewalk, or on the street adjacent to the sidewalk as the sweeper will be directing the sand and debris toward the street.We will not be able to sweep sidewalks in areas where vehicles are parked on the street due to the risk of damaging vehicles.




Posted: May 24, 2017 2:40 pm NFLD


Summer Student Employment Opportunity

The Town of Massey Drive will once again be hiring students for summer employment under the Canada Summer Jobs program. Any students interested in working for the Town this summer are encouraged to drop off a resume at the Town Office. Resumes will be accepted until Wednesday June 7, 2017 and may be dropped off at the Town Office between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday to Friday or sent via email to townmanager@masseydrive.com. 




Posted: May 15, 2017 1:04 pm NFLD


Covered Garbage Regulations Now In Effect

Residents of the Town of Massey Drive are advised that the town's Covered Garbage Regulations are now once again in effect. We would like to thank you for your co-operation over the winter months.



Effective immediately all garbage placed at curbside for pick up must be covered or placed in acceptable covered containers. 



Acceptable covering material would be:



-Nylon or polyester netting with mesh not larger than 25mm x 25mm.



-A blanket or tarp that provides adequate coverage, does not blow off, and is easily removable by the garbage collector.



All containers or garbage cans must be water tight and be equipped with handles and water tight covers. 




Posted: April 26, 2017 7:24 pm NFLD


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Notice of Public Meeting

Notice of Public Meeting



Review of Municipal Plan and Development Regulations for 2017-2027



Town of Massey Drive



Community members are invited to a public meeting for a presentation and discussion concerning a review of the existing Municipal Plan and Development Regulations, now being conducted by the Town of Massey Drive.



The Town has retained a planning consultant, who has carried out research on the opportunities and circumstances affecting development of the Town. This review was recommended in the work carried out in 2010 for the Town’s Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP). 



Our consultant has prepared a Planning Background Report and draft Municipal Plan and Development Regulations for the period 2017-2027.  These documents are available at the Town office for viewing and can also be sent by email as pdfs. Contact the Town at info@masseydrive.com to request them. 



Please review these documents and come with your questions and suggestions.



The meeting will be held at:



7:00 PM, June 7, 2017



Massey Drive Town Hall



85 Massey Drive, Massey Drive NL



 



 



 




Posted: May 25, 2017 11:04 am NFLD


Spring Clean Up Week 2017

Clean up week will be held from Monday May 23, to Friday May 26, 2017. Curbside pick up will begin on Tuesday, May 26 at 8:30 AM. Dumpsters will be available on the town hall parking lot on Saturday May 20, Sunday May 21, and Monday May 22, for anyone who wishes to drop off items.  



The following items will be picked up at curb side:

• Household appliances, hot water tanks, stoves, refrigerators (ODS FREE)

*Note any item such as refrigerators or air conditioners must be labeled ODS free by a certified technician. Anything  not properly labeled will not be accepted.

• Household furniture, sofas, chairs, beds and mattresses

• Automotive parts - rims and small parts

• Garden items branches and grass cuttings (branches must be bundled)

• Appliances and/or metals MUST be kept separate from other items to allow for separate  pickup by town employees. Items not separated will not be picked up.

• All smaller items should be bagged or boxed for safer pickup.



The following items will not be included for collection:

• Tires, vehicles, propane tanks

• Automotive parts exceeding 35kg

• Hazardous materials.

• Construction waste from houses under construction or renovation.

• Scrapped vehicles, large automotive parts, construction waste, and heavy materials may be disposed of directly at the dump. Anyone disposing of vehicles themselves should note that all the fluids must be drained from the vehicle and disposed of in the proper manner. All tires and batteries must be removed. All gas tanks must be emptied and vented.



Residents are reminded to have all materials they wish to have picked up during clean up week at the curb. Town employees WILL NOT be picking up any item that is not at curbside.



STAFF WILL START THE FINAL PICK UP AT 8:30 AM ON FRIDAY MAY 26. ONCE A STREET HAS BEEN CHECKED ON FRIDAY IT WILL NOT BE REVISITED. IN ORDER TO ENSURE THAT EVERYTHING GETS PICKED UP RESIDENTS SHOULD ENSURE THAT EVERYTHING IS PLACED AT CURB SIDE BY THE EVENING OF THURSDAY MAY 25. 









 





 



 




Posted: May 17, 2017 10:07 am NFLD