Communities across New Brunswick are facing the effects of climate change. While the effects and experience differ for many communities, Sussex has developed and completed Phase I of its Climate Change Adaptation Plan.
The Town of Sussex, Village of Sussex Corner and the Village of Norton have sent a joint letter to the attention of Premier Higgs regarding Health Care in each of the three communities.
Our results are in, and the final document that has resulted from an exhaustive study into the flooded depths of the decommissioned potash mine in Penobsquis has revealed an exciting opportunity to produce geothermal energy for the Sussex area. Our final report has been three years in the making and has identified the true viability of developing a lower cost, carbon-friendly heating and cooling source that has the potential to grow a region recovering from the loss of its potash mining activity.
The Town thanks each of the residents that have taken the time to provide valuable input in the formulation of the Town’s new Municipal Plan
The public presentation of the proposed new Municipal Plan By-law #704-20 will take place at a special meeting of Town Council on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 in the Council Chambers at Town Hall at 6:00 pm.
The Town of Sussex and the Village of Sussex Corner are working towards mitigating flooding in the two communities as outlined in a master plan developed by RV Anderson engineering consultants.
A berm is being constructed along the Kennebecasis River behind the Gateway Mall to help ward off future flood waters in that commercial area hit hard by surface water in 2014.
The Town of Sussex is reminding residents to travel with caution on the newly reconstructed areas of Leonard Drive and Eveleigh Street.
Important information for anyone wishing to run in the May 2020 elections for Municipal Government, District Education Council or the Regional Health Authority.
An exhaustive study into the flooded depths of the decommissioned potash mine in Penobsquis has revealed an exciting opportunity to produce geothermal energy for the Sussex area.