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Entrevue – Acadie Nouvelle – Interview

h Interviewttps://www.acadienouvelle.com/actualites/2021/09/30/reforme-de-la-gouvernance-locale-beaucoup-de-preoccupations-dans-le-sud-est/ Local governance reform: concerns in the South East • Acadie-Nouvelle • 1 Oct 2021 • Alexandre Boudreau Alexandre Boudreau@acadienouvelle.com As local governance reform deliberations draw to a close and the ministry prepares to release its final reform plan in November, some communities are already planning to merge, Minister Daniel Allain said. The MinisterContinue reading “Entrevue – Acadie Nouvelle – Interview”

To all residents, homeowners, woodlot owners and LSD Advisory Committee members / À tous les résidents, propriétaires, propriétaires de lots boisés et membres de comités consultatifs de DSL

Please circulate this message. 1. Please note that the ADSLNB is in a recruitment period. Please consult the website: https://adslnb.ca/, for registration details.  You can also share the following image to your social network. 2. As a result of the “Blueprint for Suburban and Rural Local Governance Reform in New Brunswick” presented by ALSDNB toContinue reading “To all residents, homeowners, woodlot owners and LSD Advisory Committee members / À tous les résidents, propriétaires, propriétaires de lots boisés et membres de comités consultatifs de DSL”

Moncton’s position on the local governance reform / Moncton souhaite la pleine municipalisation

Elected officials are tired of “subsidizing other communities” June 28, 2021 Acadie-Nouvelle Moncton Mayor Dawn Arnold wants to make her city’s point of view heard in the consultations led by the provincial government, which has plans to reform local governance. “As the largest city in the province, Moncton is the economic engine of New Brunswick,”Continue reading “Moncton’s position on the local governance reform / Moncton souhaite la pleine municipalisation”

How to Fix New Brunswick’s Local Government Patchwork

By Jon Taylor and Zack TaylorLocal government in New Brunswick is a jerry-rigged product of 60 years of tinkering and halfmeasures.Despite nearly 30 in-depth studies and reports, its inherent problems remainunresolved: the democratic deficit in unincorporated areas, an inequitable distribution of tax burdens, uncontrolled sprawl near urban areas, and overcentralization of authority at the provincialContinue reading “How to Fix New Brunswick’s Local Government Patchwork”

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