Bridgewater's police chief says the cost is on them to purchase decibel meters to enforce noise in the town. Council recently approved a noise by-law. John Collyer says there won't be any additional officers hired to enforce the issue. He says he'll have to determine where the cost will come from.
Collyer says he doesn't intend to ask the town for any funding. He says it will take time to find the right equipment and train officers. Collyer says they're planning to start enforcing the noise by-law in March.
Monday, December 9, 2013
Mayor Mood says federal money for the renovations should be in the town's hands in a few days. She says a tender will be awarded shortly for the overall project. The work is expected to surpass 2.5-million dollars.
Vega says its difficult to put a dollar figure on the campaign but he believes its substantial. He's thanking the donors, volunteers, Canadian Tire and CKBW for their help in staging the Toy Drive. It will continue though until December 17th. Donors can continue to drop toys off at Danny Carey's Insurance on North Street or the Salvation Army Thrift Store on Dominion Street in Bridgewater.
Quinten Johnson scored the overtime winner as the Charlie's Pizza South Shore Mustangs defeated the Kensington Wild 3-2 Sunday in Bridgewater. Christian Tufts had the other two goals for the Mustangs, while Colby Muise stopped 34 shots in the win. The win gave the Mustangs a two-game sweep of PEI teams over the weekend, after beating Charlottetown on Saturday night. The Mustangs are on the road next weekend for a pair of games against the Cape Breton Tradesmen.