The Town of Sussex proposes to amend The Municipal Plan and Zoning By-Law. The By-Law Amendments may be inspected by interested citizens during working hours of 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday at the Town Office, 524 Main Street.
Sealed Tenders properly marked as to the contents addressed to the undersigned will be received until 2:00 PM, local time, Thursday, July 18, 2019 at the Town of Sussex, 524 Main Street, Sussex, NB, E4E 3E4.
The public tender opening will be held immediately after the 2:00 PM closing at the Town Office.
The project is located in the Town of Sussex. The Work includes but is not necessarily limited to asphalt pulverization, base asphalt, seal asphalt, chamber adjustments and line painting on Turner Court, Bryant Drive, Elliott Drive and the Fire Station parking lot.
Technical questions shall be directed to: David Parsons, P.Eng., CBCL Limited, Phone: (506) 633-6650 or Email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Official contract documents may be obtained from CBCL Limited, Saint John, NB by email request to email@example.com. Tender documents will be issued in digital format only. Bidders must be registered with CBCL limited and request their plans 48 hours prior to the tender closing to have their bid submission accepted. A Bid bond OR Certified Cheque, payable to the Town of Sussex, in the amount of 10% of the tender price must also accompany each tender.
The Town of Sussex reserves the right to reject any and all tenders and also reserves the right to not necessarily accept the lowest tender.
Alaina Lockhart, our Member of Parliament for Fundy Royal on behalf of the Minister of Employment and Social Development Canada today announces funding assistance from the Government of Canada through the small projects component of the Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF)
The Town of Sussex has secured $37,000 Environmental Trust Fund funding for the development of the Town’s Climate Change Adaptation Plan estimated at $50,000.
The Town of Sussex and its residents are appreciative of the funding consideration under this federal program addressing phase 1 of the Town’s disaster mitigation and the assistance of our Member of Parliament Alaina Lockhart, Fundy Royal for helping the residents of Sussex to achieve the necessary focus on flooding issues in Sussex and her assistance in securing this important project funding.
MLA Northrup and the Town are pleased to announce the 2019 project funding in the amount of $954,000 in provincial funding for Eveleigh Street and the section of Leonard Drive between Eveleigh Street and Bryant Drive.
Quotations are requested for supply & delivery of one new, not previously used, not necessarily current year, one ton truck complete with dump.
Bid packages are available from the Town Office, 524 Main Street, Sussex, N. B., E4E 3E4, or by calling 506-432-4540 during normal office hours. Enquiries are to be directed to Mrs. Shelley Scott, Purchasing Agent, at 506-432-4567.
Quotations will be received until 12:00 Noon Local Time on THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2019, at the Town Office. Lowest quotation or any quotation not necessarily accepted.
Both the Town of Sussex and Village of Sussex Corner have met since January 25th, 2019 flood event and have discussed a joint effort to be launched in February 2019 looking at a Joint Flood Mitigation Master Plan assessment in our communities. Both Sussex and Sussex Corner have formed a “Flood Mitigation Master Plan Task Force” to explore and refine options to address overland / surface water flooding, if and where possible, and to develop a new Flood Master Plan for both communities, jointly.
Aging infrastructure, including roads, buildings and bridges, competing priorities, limited budgets. These are some of the challenges municipalities like the Town of Sussex face in making infrastructure decisions today.
Communities across Canada are facing the effects of climate change. While the effects differ for many communities Sussex has dealt first hand with many of these events. Some examples are shorter and warmer winters, river erosion, flooding and damage to infrastructure. Repercussions will cost municipalities and their communities funding dollars and the implementation of adaptation and mitigation measures in and for communities seem inevitable today. Municipal Governments such as the Town of Sussex have a leading role to play in climate protection.