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Green Waste Bins Delivery

The delivery starts on Monday, May 27! For citizens residing outside the Owl’s Head and Village areas and WHO ALREADY HAVE ONE, please put them visibly on the road for the whole week to avoid being given a 2nd. For citizens who are going to receive their new bin, please leave them on site for […]

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A message from the Mayor Jacques Marcoux

Hi, First, I want to thank everyone who sent their comments on By-Law 2018-453. All comments were shared with the municipal councilors. Please read the following invitation. I would also be grateful if you could share this email with anyone who might be interested. The adoption of By-Law 2018-453 was passionate and reminded us that […]

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Control of Aquatic Invasive Alien Species

The fishing season is now open! To ensure that invasive alien species are kept away from our bodies of water, it is important to follow these three easy steps: WASH – EMPTY – DRY your boat at least 5 days before entering a new body of water . Conference on aquatic invasive alien species: Citizens […]

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Hydro-Québec is requesting the cooperation of Potton citizens

To improve the quality of basic electricity service, Hydro-Québec will be conducting major vegetation control work in the Potton area in 2019. Weather events are increasingly frequent and have a direct impact on the number of outages and service restoration times. In strong winds, violent rainstorms, snowstorms or freezing rain, a tree or even just […]

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Opening of the Vale Perkins Wharf

The Vale Perkins Wharf is now open. Residents of Potton have free access to parking, boat drop in and boat washing at the Municipal Wharf in Vale Perkins.  All you need is to show a proof of residence. Non-Residents Fee: $ 50 per day for the parking, boat washing and boat drop; $ 400 for […]

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Message from Dominique Alain to the Community

”Dominique Alain, who was attacked by dogs on Chemin de l’Aéroport in Mansonville on March 29th, as well as her family, would like to express their deepest gratitude and thanks for the continued support shown by the community of Mansonville towards Dominique. The family would especially like to thank the First Responders for their efforts […]

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Meetings with a QPP police officer: A new service offered by the CABMN

The Missisquoi North Volunteer Center North (CABMN), in collaboration with the Quebec provincial police (QPP), offers the citizens of Potton the opportunity to meet with a police officer personally and to talk about non emergency concerns. These meetings will be held once a month and will remain strictly confidential. The first meeting begins Friday, April […]

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