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Geothermal Feasibility Study

The Final Report assessing the Feasibility of Geothermal Energy was as a result of the Town and the Sussex Region commissioning the technical feasibility study to determine if the decommissioned and flooding Penobsquis Mine is a feasible source of geothermal energy, and if feasible, could it be effectively developed thereby providing the community with an economic development advantage.

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Sussex Market Study

In late 2007 Sussex Council commissioned Drummond Consulting Ltd. for the development of a Sussex Market Study.

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Subdivision Requirements

The information is provided to Developers / Property Owners
proposing a typical subdivision project application within the Town of Sussex. The Town’s expectations of Developers subdividing within
the municipal boundaries of the Town of Sussex are as outlined in
this document. The expectations may or may not be specific to your project and / or development, but is intended to provide guideline
information on the Town’s approval processes.

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Rezoning Development Requirements

The information is provided to Developers / Property Owners
proposing a typical rezoning of a parcel of land application within the Town of Sussex. The expectations required by the Town from Developers / Property Owners, constructing within the municipal boundaries of the Town of Sussex, are as outlined in this document, which may or may not be specific to your project and / or development, but are intended to provide guideline information on the Town’s approval processes.

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Signage Development Requirements

The information is provided to Developers / Property Owners, Sign Suppliers, proposing a new sign application within the Town of Sussex. The Town’s expectations of Developers / Property Owners,
Sign Suppliers constructing within the municipal boundaries of the
Town of Sussex are as outlined in this document, which may or may
not be specific to your project and / or development, or proposed sign but are intended to provide guideline information on the Town’s sign approval processes.

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Building Permit Requirements

The information is provided to Developers, Property Owners and
Contractors, proposing construction within the Town of Sussex Building Permit Application process. This document outlines the expectations required by the above noted, by the Town, for
constructing within the municipal boundaries of the Town of Sussex. This information may or may not be specific to your project and / or development, but are intended to provide guideline information on the Town’s approval processes.

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Special Events Policy (CS-21)

This manual is intended to be a comprehensive document which outlines the policies and procedures a Special Event Organizer (the “Organizer”) is to follow in order to receive approval by the Town of Sussex and the Events Management Committee (EMC) to host an event in Sussex.

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Emergency Response Plan

Peacetime emergencies are defined as situations abnormally affecting the lives
and property of our society which, by their nature or magnitude, require a
coordinated response by a number of agencies, both governmental and private,
under the direction of the appropriate elected officials, as being distinct from
routine operations such as firefighting, police activities or normal hospital
routines.
Peacetime emergencies include but are not limited to floods, hurricanes,
windstorms, blizzards, explosions, aircraft, rail or road crashes, toxic or
flammable gas escapes, building or structure collapse, uncontrollable fire or the
threat of the foregoing, in which immediate remedial actions will be required by
the Town of Sussex.
This Plan outlines the method by which such remedial actions will be provided
by the Town of Sussex having a population of 4,282 persons (2016 census) in
an area of 22.15 square kilometers.

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