WELCOME TO HRM DISTRICT 2 : PRESTON - CHEZZETCOOK - EASTERN SHORE

Proudly Represented By COUNCILLOR DAVID HENDSBEE

Railway Museum in Musquodoboit Harbour

Encompassing 80 communities & a population of approximately 26,000+, District 2 begins at the Westphal – Lawrencetown boundary, and continues east along Highway 7 – Eastern Shore until it meets the Guysborough County Line.

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October 2017 – Issue # 239

YELLOW BALLOONS ARTS TOUR Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore has a creative collective of talented people who unite art and craft made locally for people to go on an art adventure by walking, biking or driving to open studios and spaces. On Sunday, October 1st from 10 AM–5...
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SEPTEMBER 2017 – ISSUE # 238

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL I would like to welcome all students back to school. Your education is important for you to succeed in life. All motorists need to be extra careful with students walking, cycling or traveling by school bus. Stay alert & be safe! MUSQUODOBOIT...
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AUGUST 2017 — Issue #237

HAPPY NATAL DAY 2017! Musquodoboit Harbour AREA RATE TAX FATE Prior to HRM Amalgamation in 1996, the County of Halifax had several area rate taxes for various services and purposes. Over the years, area rates for Fire Departments and street lighting were incorporated...
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JULY 2017 – ISSUE #236

To commemorate Canada’s 150th sesquicentennial year, 150 trees will be planted throughout the district at various public places such as community centres and playgrounds. If you have any particular ideas for a special place or type of tree please contact me with your...
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JUNE 2017 – ISSUE #235

HRM COMMUNITY GRANTS AWARDS The HRM Community Grants Program awards annual cash grants to registered non-profit organizations located within our municipality. The focus of these grants is primarily the provision of modest financial assistance to community-based...
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Making Transit Better – Route 370 Porters Lake

Schedule Adjustments - effective May 29, 2017 Route 370 Porters Lake New Stops As part of the Moving Forward Together Plan, two new additional stops in each direction on Main Street will be added to the Route 370 Porters Lake to better serve the needs of riders....
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MAY 2017 – ISSUE #234

HRM APPROVES 2017-18 BUDGETS HRM Council approved its 2017-18 $741.5-million operating budget and $187.3-million capital budget. Furthermore the 2018-19 operating and capital budgets ($763.1 million and $156.7 million, respectively) were also approved in principle....
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April 2017 – Issue # 233

VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION MONTH National Volunteer Week (NVW) pays tribute to the millions of Canadian volunteers who donate their time and energy to their communities. This year, as a part of Canada 150 celebrations, NVW will be from April 23rd–29th and the theme is:...
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March 2017 – Issue #232

PUBLIC INPUT ON HRM BUDGETS HRM Council has been discussing its 2017/18 annual operating and capital budgets. Before finalizing those discussions, residents are encouraged to highlight their priorities for the upcoming year. The hands on budget allocator tool lets...
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FEBRUARY 2017 – ISSUE #231

NATIONAL FLAG DAY & HERITAGE DAY The Federal Government has proclaimed February 15th as National Flag of Canada Day. In 1965 the old Red Ensign Flag with the British Union Jack was replaced with the red maple leaf. To learn more about our flag’s history and other...
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Councillor David Hendsbee is a familiar face in District 2; having attended the local elementary, junior and senior high schools. He then went on to earn his Bachelor of Commerce degree from Saint Mary’s University.

Councillor Hendsbee comes from a large family and understands the value of staying connected with family and friends; therefore there are few meetings, events or community gatherings that occur without his participation.

Councillor Hendsbee has over a decade of experience as a Municipal Councillor.

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at-council
HRM Council Chambers – explore the various HRM Boards and Committees on which Councillor Hendsbee serves. View an online photo gallery of the Community Volunteer Awards presented to numerous residents of District 2, in addition to a few candid views of Councillor Hendsbee within HRM Council Chambers.

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Halifax Regional Municipality
Councillor – Le Conseiller – Comhairlaiche – Wunaqapeme’j
District 2 : Preston – Chezzetcook – Eastern Shore

District Office Address:
Railway Museum – #7895 Highway #7
P.O. Box 2 – Musquodoboit Harbour, NS
B0J 2L0

City Hall Address:
1841 Argyle Street, Councillor’s Support – 4th Floor
P.O. Box 1749 – Halifax, NS
B3J 3A5

Telephone:
Office Phone: 902-889-3553
Cell Phone: 902-483-0705
City Hall: 902-490-4050
Fax: 902-829-3620
HRM Call Centre: 311

Online:
Email: david.hendsbee@halifax.ca
Email: david@hendsbee.ns.ca
Website: www.hendsbee.ns.ca
Twitter: @david_hendsbee
Facebook: www.facebook.com/david.hendsbee

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