Friday, November 10, 2006
Hannah Fulton works for communication from the Premier's office!!!
THE IRVINGS TO SHUT DOWN MURPHYVILLE FOR THEIR PIPELINE???? THE GREAT LOU MURPHY HAS TO BE TURNING IN HIS GRAVE?????
I just received this email -
I was just talking to ????? and he said that the word on the bus this
morning is that Murphyville has been condemned and it has to come down.
Can you imagine that one! I think that you should sniff around and find out if its true?
I personally think that by them condemning it must mean
that the LNG might have something to do with it. Very sad news so please investigate and let me know what you find out?
I’ve been in this area for the last three years but I didn't know much about this little building.
In the Spring, I noticed the old flag pole flying the Union Jack. I wrote a letter to the editor complaining that the flag pole should be straighten up and painted. Behold. It was painted the next day!
A couple of days ago, I showed up taking pictures of an exhibition of the War Brides.
This showcase will be on display today at 4:00pm till 6:00pm.
Anyway, I felt it was cold in that building for a museum so therefore I decided to investigate.
I had many questions and I learn a few things.
The museum is run by the historical Society of Fredericton. < I may have the title wrong? >
I chatted with Fred White and he told me that the building is a fine example of good cooperation between the Province and the City.
The museum pays the Province $1.00 lease per year for the building.
The province owns the building but the City runs it.
Last year, the museum attracted close to 10,000 visitors from around the world.
But the York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum have to cut cost so therefore they shut down the heat during the winter months. This act saves them $3,000!!!
Now the museums and other historical site might be force to shut down next summer?
There’s around 120 museums around the province but they are ahead towards a huge problem!
Stephen Harper has decided cut the Student program to 50%!!!
This is the main force of these museums.
These students earn a few bucks for school by working on a summer project for the museums therefore the administration saves a bundle.
Why would Stephen Harper cut this program? Does he wish to destroy the culture history in New Brunswick?
I wish the media would investigate this issue.
Our museums are our history and shouldn’t be shut down?
Shame on Stephen Harper.
Anyway, if you wish to see a wonderful War Brides showcase go at York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum this afternoon at 4:00pm.
This blog might not be perfectly written because I just woke up!!!!..lol
Oh well? Too much to asks I guess?
Here's the comment-
It’s been a while. I have been busy getting ready for the hearings. I wanted to update you on the upcoming hearing schedule, Tomorrow we start at 9 am to 6 pm. Saturday we start at 2 to 6 oral statements will be happening. I thought I would give you the list for Saturday’s speakers. Atlantica Center for Energy (Tim Curry), Board of trade ( Bob Manning). The rest are opposed to the proposed route Joe Godin, Allan Harding, James Hunter, Donald Watson ,Liberal Party Abel LeBlanc, Carol Ring.
I also want to say that Roley and Stewart were to intervene but haven’t showed up yet. That’s no surprise there elected now they don’t care there similar to the Mayor in my opinion. Here is a link to the live broadcast.
or by doing a search NEB then click on hearings and scroll down to EMera Brunswick pipeline hearinhs, you will be there.
When you go on this link go to Emera Brunswick pipeline hearing at the bottom of the page and to the right the box that says windows media and click English or French and you will hear the whole thing live.
Next week will be good to with the witnesses from the friends of rockwood park there to back there reports that they have done.
The schedule is also on that page so you can hear any time you wanted.
Hope this helps.