The ‘Club des 4 loups’ receives a contribution from the Municipality
Recently, the ‘Club de chasse et pêche des 4 Loups’ (4 Wolves Hunting and Fishing Club) stocked 2700 fertile brown trout from 9 to 12 inches in Lake Memphremagog. The Club had launched a socio-financing campaign to compensate for the loss of government subsidies for the year 2020. The objective is $10,000. The Municipality of […]
Council Meeting – June 1st
The government has extended the state of health emergency until June 3rd for municipalities. As a result, the Municipal Council will meet in private during its regular meeting on June 1st, to avoid the movement and gathering of citizens. The public is invited to ask their questions by email at email@example.com until 4:30 p.m.
Extreme heat: Caution!
Avoid the harmful effects of extreme heat by following these recommendations in the context of COVID-19. The ‘Direction de santé publique de l’Estrie’ is urging the population to be cautious following the extreme heat warning issued by Environment Canada. Extreme heat can cause health effects, including : – dehydration, – of great fatigue, – headaches, […]
Dangerous Dogs: A Preventive Reminder
The return of the warmer weather also means walks with your dog. The Municipality wishes to remind that all dogs are prohibited from being at large. While off the property of the pet guardian, dogs must be securely restrained by a leash held by a person capable of properly controlling the dog. The ‘Société protectrice […]
Public Consultation – Development Projects at Owl’s Head
The municipal council has decided to make four regulatory changes for the development of the Owl’s Head sector as a priority. As prescribed by the government and given the state of health emergency which prevents gatherings, a public consultation will be replaced by a written consultation. The deadline for receiving written notices is May 22, […]
NEW! Audio Recording of the Municipal Council Meeting
Since April, municipal council meetings have been held behind closed doors as stipulated by the Quebec Government. This month, for the sake of transparency and always according to government requests, the municipality has made an audio recording of the session so that citizens can take note of the discussions that took place. To listen to […]
Potton in brief – Month of May
Here is the May issue of the Potton in brief. To read it, please click HERE.
On Saturdays May 16th and 30th, you can pick up compost at the old landfill site (chemin du Treatment-des-eaux) between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. This is also an opportunity to drop your branches. The social distancing instructions should be observed. No equipment will be loaned for loading the compost. You must bring your shovel […]
Street Sweeping – Village of Mansonville, Owl’s Head Sector
The municipality wishes to advise you that despite the current prevailing situation, the street sweeping service is planned for the week of April 20th or, if there is a delay, it will be done the week of April 27th. Please do not to park vehicles on the streets during these two weeks in order to allow for optimal work. Thank you for […]
Potton in brief – April 2020
Here’s the April issue of the Potton in brief. To read it, please click HERE.