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Calling all Residents!
The Cobequid Housing Authority is looking for a community representative from the Town of Oxford. The Board of Directors meets every two months at noon, mostly in Truro. Experience with working with seniors or community issues is an asset but not required. This Board deals with properties for tenant selection, evictions, transfers, and general advice on tenant matters. Staffing and financial management are not the responsibility of this group. Travel costs are paid at the Provincial mileage rate, and lunch is provided during each meeting.
If you are interested or have further questions, visit the Provincial website for all Agencies, Boards and Commissions at https://novascotia.ca/exec_council/abc/. Town Council is required to make a recommendation to the Provincial Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing for formal appointment to the Board.
Do tourists stop you on the street and ask where to get blueberry products in Oxford?
Perhaps you work in an establishment where customers want to know.
This information will help you direct them to the right location for a large variety of blueberry items.
It also answers the question: "Why is Oxford called The Wild Blueberry Capital of Canada?"
Know the answer...Help to promote your community!
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REMEMBER: Please let us know as soon as possible what your organization or business is planning for the Wild Blueberry Harvest Festival.
More details in the newsletter.
Businesses located within the Town of Oxford wishing to have a business sign added to the Business Directory Signage at the Upper Main Street entrance (from the TransCanada Highway) should review the guidelines by clicking on the link below.
Please note that currently (May 2019) there is room for additional business signs.
Please contact the Town Hall for information on erecting signage elsewhere within the Town limits.