Councillor Tim Outhit’s Summer 2012 newsletter

Councillor Tim Outhit’s Summer 2012 newsletter

Bedford Councillor Tim Outhit

Dear Bedford Residents,

I hope you enjoyed our exceptionally beautiful Nova Scotian summer. My family and I took advantage of the good weather, enjoying Bedford Days, the Lions Pool and many walks throughout Bedford. This newsletter, my seventh, highlights the successes that Bedford and the Municipality have enjoyed recently.

For the past four years I have listened to your requests for additional facilities and infrastructure and beautification projects throughout our community and HRM has responded positively to your requests. From the new rinks, to the new multi-purpose community centre, upgrades to the Lions pool, traffic and public transportation planning, permanent washrooms in DeWolf Park through to painting, trimming, new flower baskets, banners, sidewalks and paving, you can see the improvements in our community.

I have also heard your concerns, and been an advocate on your behalf on issues such as the size of Council, tax reform (in particular for condominium owners and small business), and ensuring costs are streamlined and controlled, to name a few. This newsletter will highlight these key matters, and update you on a number of issues and projects affecting Bedford and HRM residents.

Once again I want to thank my council colleagues, HRM staff, my family, and Bedford residents for their tremendous support and cooperation.

As always, I encourage you to contact me with your questions, concerns, and ideas.

Tim Outhit

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REPLAY: North End Matters, Aug 29 2012

Friday last day for weekly green cart collection

Friday last day for weekly green cart collection