McNabs and Lawlor Islandsprepared by Nova Scotia Natural Resources and Canadian Heritage, Parks Canada
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Questions to Ask and Answer
The following broad questions are suggested to assist readers in considering some of the key subject areas that must be addressed in the preparation of a sound land use strategy for McNabs and Lawlor islands.
Schedule of Open Houses and PublicHearings
OPEN HOUSES: 2:00 - 5:00 P.M. AND 6:30 - 9:00 P.M.
PUBLIC HEARINGS: 2:00 - 4:30 P.M. AND 7:00 - 10:00 P.M.
Those wishing to make a presentation are asked to call (902) 424-4983 at least seven days prior to the meeting date. Supporting written submissions are encouraged.
Come to the Open Houses and Public Hearings
A series of OPEN HOUSES are being held to provide background information to interested parties and opportunities for informal discussions on the management of McNabs and Lawlor islands as parkland. Anyone interested in learning more about the islands' resources is encouraged to attend these Open Houses (schedule above).
PUBLIC HEARINGS are being held to provide interested parties with the opportunity to make oral and/or written presentations regarding the future management of McNabs and Lawlor islands as parkland. Comments received will be carefully considered in the preparation of the land use strategy.
For further information, write or call:
Brian Kinsman Parks and Recreation Planning Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources R.R. # 1, Belmont Colchester County, Nova Scotia BOM 1CO (902) 662-3030 (902) 424-4983 (local call) Rob Thompson Professional and Technical Services Department of Canadian Heritage Historic Properties Upper Water Street Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 1S9 (902) 426-3281
Those unable to present materials at the public hearings may submit comments or written briefs to the above addresses.
McNabs and Lawlor Islands
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The tabloid McNabs and Lawlor Islands prepared by the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resouces and Parks Canada of Canadian Heritage in support of their Fall 1995 public consultation process.
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