Fire Prevention Week
October 8th – 14th, 2017
The Charlo Municipal Council and the citizens of the Village of Charlo would like to take this opportunity to thank our volunteer firefighters for their continuous services. Have a safe Fire Prevention Week.
“Hello from the Charlo Coastline Association (CCA).
It is the time of year once again, where we will be holding another membership drive. We thank those who have already renewed for 2017-18. Our President Willy Blomquist, or myself (Penny Malcolm-Theriault, Treasurer) will be contacting members from our 2016-17 group requesting their continued support via membership renewal.
Over the coming weeks and months, the CCA’s intent is to carry out another pass along the shoreline. LCL’s Luc Levesque will again be seen slowly working his way along the Bay, with his excavator, to pick up and return rocks that have crept out from the bank.
Thank you to all our current members who made all this effort possible. Through you, we have begun preserving an important component of both Charlo’s, and the Bay of Chaleur’s present and future.
The Vice-President position on the CCA has become vacant. Thank you to Jean-Marie Pelletier for his help and contributions to this worthy cause. Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer would be greatly appreciated. Contact us, through the village office at 684-7850. Thank you from your Committee, and we look forward in continuing our efforts in 2017-18.”
The objectif of the Charlo Coastline Association Committee is not for the construction of new sea walls but for the restoration and maintaining of the existing and future walls.
The Association hopes that you will become a member, not just by those who own property along the coastline, but also by many residents in the village, who appreciate the value of this bay.
For more information you may contact a committee member –
William Blomquist – President
Jean-Marie Pelletier – Vice President
Paul Morin – Secretary
Penny Malcolm-Thériault – Treasurer
Pierre Marcoux – on site Supervisor
Paul Arseneault – on site Supervisor
The membership fee be per household, with a fee of $100.00 per year and donations would be greatly appreciated.
Cash or cheque payment can be made to: ‘ CHARLO COASTLINE ASSOCIATION,’ by mail and at the Village of Charlo, 614 Chaleur Street, Charlo NB E8E 2G6. Info: 684-7850
Come and participate in the “Charlo – CIMS FM Swim Challenge” which will take place from the big tent at the Charlo beach. The course will be triangular with the possibility to swim in the 1km, 3km, 6km and 9km, around the same triangle. We hope to see you on Saturday, July 15, 2017 during the Charlo Summer Splash.
Contact: Jacques Allard, Responsable / Head Cell: (506) 380-0610 Email: email@example.com
The residents and artists of the Village of Charlo are invited to the next activities at the Galerie Restigouche Gallery, a regional gathering place for culture. The present exhibition is Surveillance Studio Watch by the Galerie d’Art Beaverbrook Gallery until April 29th. This exhibition reveals new emerging artists, who have attained an artistic level compatible with the artistic standards of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. The art works of one of our artists is being shown. The next exhibition will be Biota by the New Brunswick Museum, with the official opening being May 4th, 7pm to 9pm. The Artists’ Day and Open House, April 29th from 10am to 4pm. Artists’ Day is an occasion for the artist painters who are members of the Gallery to meet, share and paint in a pleasant atmosphere. Membership is $25 and you don’t have to be an artist to become a member.
The Galerie Restigouche Gallery offers high caliber events, while favouring and promoting our local artists, which includes artists from the Village of Charlo who exhibit their talent. Our artists are encouraged by people visiting the Gallery. The Official openings welcome everybody. The Gallery will show you a new appreciation for the Arts.
Local and regional cultural activities for this summer shall be announced later by their Directors. So, let’s take advantage of the culture which exists in our beautiful corner of the world.
With the arrival of spring, many of us have started planning this year’s renovation or construction projects. Whether the installation or renovation of a deck, a fence, a swimming pool or the construction of a new home, there are standards applicable to your project that will help ensure the health and safety of the users, and ensure an improved or maintained living standard for yourselves (as property owners) and of your neighborhood. These standards are implemented and ensured through the building and development permit process. Is a permit required for your project?
The Restigouche Regional Service Commission Planning Division, in partnership with the Village of Charlo, oversees the implementation of land use planning services including, among others, building permitting and inspection. If you are planning a project, or if you have any questions relative to your proposal, we encourage you to contact a representative of the Restigouche RSC Planning Division. It will be their pleasure to work with you on the planning and development of your property.