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Main Water Line Flush – Starting June 7th.

IMPORTANT PUBLIC NOTICE

 

The Town of New-Wes-Valley is advising all residents we will be doing a flush of our main water lines starting on June 07th.  There will be daily fluctuations in water pressure while this is being completed.

 

All residents are asked to please CONSERVE WATER.  Please DO NOT run washers, dishwashers, garden hoses, etc between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

 

Once the water line flush is complete you may experience dirty and discoloured water for several days.  We are advising residents to flush their lines by running an outdoor water hose prior to running your washers and dishwashers to avoid any damage to machines from dirt particles.

 

            We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

A general election of Municipal Councils is scheduled to be held on September 28th, 2021. The Town of New-Wes-Valley need citizens like you to assume leadership roles to represent the people in your community, and to provide direction on the policies and programs that will lead to better quality services for communities.

Our town is in the process of preparing for safe and accessible municipal elections this fall. Residents are encouraged to get involved and to consider running on September 28th.

View Upcoming Municipal Election Page

Effective immediately, more communities in the Central Health region have been moved to Alert Level 4.

At Alert Level 4, the focus is to begin relaxing public health measures to allow more social and business activities, while minimizing the risk of outbreaks.

To read more about Alert Level 4 – head to the following page on our town website. COVID-19 Updates & Resources Page

Clean up week for 2021 will be the week beginning September 13th. Details on sorting to follow. Please note that items are NOT to be placed out until the week before. Thank you.

Do you have a loved one celebrating a milestone birthday turning 65, 70, 75, 80 or more?  Are your parents celebrating a special 25th, 30th, 40th or 50th anniversary?  Is your organization celebrating a special anniversary?

The Town of New-Wes-Valley asks its residents to inform the office of any upcoming milestone birthdays and anniversaries. Contact the office at 536-2010 and we’ll be more than happy to provide a certificate from the town, signed by the Mayor. Please provide name, date of birth or anniversary at least one week in advance.

Jack Hill is one of a handful of hockey players who can boast they won the prestigious Boyle Trophy and Herder Memorial Trophy championships.

Hill came up through the Prince of Wales Collegiate ranks, beginning his intercollegiate hockey career at age 15 before making the jump to the Guards, with whom he played St. John’s junior and senior hockey in 1963-64 and 1964-65.

A Wesleyville native, Hill won scoring titles and MVP awards in both leagues, and also helped the senior Blue and White to the Boyle Trophy championship.

After winning the junior league scoring title and Guards’ junior MVP award in 1967-68, he broke in with the St. John’s Capitals the following season and registered a 28-point campaign.

In 1969-70, he was scoring leader and MVP of the St. John’s senior league, helped Guards win the Boyle Trophy and the Caps win the Herder. Hill would go on to win another two Herders with the Caps.

He registered 144 points in 163 games with the St. John’s Capitals

Jack Hill is one of a handful of hockey players who can boast they won the prestigious Boyle Trophy and Herder Memorial Trophy championships.

Hill came up through the Prince of Wales Collegiate ranks, beginning his intercollegiate hockey career at age 15 before making the jump to the Guards, with whom he played St. John’s junior and senior hockey in 1963-64 and 1964-65.

A Wesleyville native, Hill won scoring titles and MVP awards in both leagues, and also helped the senior Blue and White to the Boyle Trophy championship.

After winning the junior league scoring title and Guards’ junior MVP award in 1967-68, he broke in with the St. John’s Capitals the following season and registered a 28-point campaign.

In 1969-70, he was scoring leader and MVP of the St. John’s senior league, helped Guards win the Boyle Trophy and the Caps win the Herder. Hill would go on to win another two Herders with the Caps.

He registered 144 points in 163 games with the St. John’s Capitals.