Speeding of traffic through communities in District 18 is a safety concern. More “speed radar” signs are requested – at least one for every community – and a great RCMP presence. History Budget Estimates – Hansard: May 11, 2018 (page 31 of 52) http://www.assembly.pe.ca/sittings/2018spring/hansard/2018-05-11-hansard.pdf Mr. Trivers: Thank you, Chair. I’ve been waiting for this section to […]
Issues raised by constituents of District 18 Rustico-Emerald
This is where issues and ideas raised in District 18 will be tracked, discussed, and updated as research is done, actions are taken and issues are resolved. Submit your issue online here or by calling your MLA Brad Trivers at 902-940-2044.
I’ve been approached by a number of constituents and residents in the area of parcel PID 94722 at the junction of Matheson Lane and MacKay Lane, with concerns that their access through this property to the shore of the Trout River will be blocked. They have shown via deeds and research of the history of […]
Dear Brad Trivers, I have been concerned about there being only a crosswalk sign but no crosswalk painted on the road from Central Queens to Harmony House and the Hunter River Community Centre/ Library. Everyday I see people speeding on route 2. Lots of the time it takes 3 mins for me to wait for […]
Rte 13 north of the main intersection of Rte 2 in Hunter River needs a sidewalk, or at the very least wider shoulders. It is very dangerous and many people walk the stretch from Karla’s Country Villas into the town to access various service (Royal Bank, Pharmacy, By the River Bakery, Irving, Post Office, Community Centre, […]
Changes are planned to the “Boilers and Pressure Vessels Act Regulations” that will require all oil burner work to be done by license oil burner mechanics (important primarily because of the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning). This means they have to be a factory-trained technician in a specific type of oil burner, and/or have a […]
Will my assets be sold to cover the costs of Long Term Care for me or my spouse? ANSWER With regards to having to sell assets to pay for LTC the short answer is “no” – the assets of a person remain intact if they go into a nursing home, but any income they receive […]
At the Friday Morning Clinics in Hunter River they will take only 12 people, and so many try to be there at least a half hour before the door opens at 8:00am. People will line up outside the door to keep their spot in line, but on cold winter morning people often choose to stay […]
My wife is currently a patient at the Palliative care facility in Charlottetown. With the exceptional good weather over the last month I have been taking my wife out for walks in her wheelchair. I am amazed that a cross walk across Murchinson Lane at the entrance into this facility doesn’t exist. But they are […]
Dust on Houston Road is causing problems for Mayfield Country Cottages, Mayfield Country Market and local residents. Ideally the road would be paved, but in the interim applying calcium to the entire road near the businesses and residences early and often would suffice.
Hey Brad, I was driving down Rt 13 today, as I do every day, and I am really surprised by the new highish voltage power lines being added. The road is now lined with what appears to be marching men and it looks like this is going straight through the heart of the New Glasgow? […]
People park at the North Rustico Harbour, especially on Breakwater Road, to get access to the beach (free). The road narrows down to one lane, is sometimes blocked. This causes problems for locals in accessing their property, and there are many times where a fire truck or ambulance may not be able to get through […]
Brad, you said, “I believe that in the very near future with advances in power storage it will be feasible for communities to generate all of their own electricity through clean renewable means – like wind, solar and hydro. Government needs to plan for and proactively work towards a future of inexpensive locally produced clean […]
“Traffic safety is issue on Rte 2, especially East of Hunter River. For example, see video with cars not stopping for school bus. Another specific problem is accessing the driveways on the downside of the hill going into Charlottetown from Hunter River – I have a letter from former MLA Bertram indicating she would look […]
Hi, I moved to Stanley Bridge PEI six months ago. Not sure if this is the right place to raise this issue but it’s worth a try. We are currently on DSL Internet with Bell Aliant and was hoping to eventually have access to the High Speed Fibre which is running on our road on […]
‘Granville “Big Boot Gun Club” shooting range. Will amalgamation of the land enable by-laws to ban shooting range, or will IRAC ruling still apply?’ Resolution Although the “amalgamation” question remains, the gun range has agreed to make the following changes: range will close by 7:00pm at the latest only small caliber guns (.22) and hand guns […]
Safer north-south corridor and coastal bike routes; increased tourism focus Resolution This issue has been brought up a number of times in the legislature by MLA’s of all political stripes. Indications from the Minister of Transportation, Infrastructure and Energy are that the federal money available for collector roads like Rte 13, Rte 6 and Rte […]
It seems that the community of Rusticoville is no longer recognized by the Department of Transportation (and perhaps the provincial government as a whole) when drivers licenses are issued. Instead the community of Anglo Rustico is used. This is a concern for the residents of the community of Rusticoville. Note that Google Maps recognizes this […]
The coastal area in North Rustico harbour that is not part of the National Park, and is not part of the Town of North Rustico should be maintained by the PEI government.
Please reduce the speed limit to 30 km/hr through village of Hunter River, north along Rte 13 from the corner of Rte 2 until up past Karla’s Country Villas. When motorists turn North off of Rte 2 onto Rte 13 in Hunter River they are in a 50 km/hr zone already, and must slow significantly to make […]
Waste and compost above and beyond what can be picked up at residences can be taken to Waste Watch Drop-off Centers (WWDC) such as the New London dump. The following issues were raised: “Only one staff person is on duty, so there is no one to aid with unloading of larger waste items.” “For residential […]
“All Islanders deserve to make a livable income.” References: Liberals ready to shake up Canada’s social policy with basic income guarantee Basic Income Canada Network – FAQs “A basic income guarantee (BIG) ensures everyone an income sufficient to meet basic needs and live with dignity, regardless of work status. First, it’s relatively simple. With the […]
Much of the crushed asphalt that was put on the shoulders of Rte 2 in Springfield in summer 2015 has been pushed into the ditches, people’s yards, and the Summerfield United Church Cemetery. Residents and the caretaker of the cemetery are asking what sort of help can be provided by the government to clean this up.
There are several clay roads that are in rough condition during the spring thaw each year (e.g. Centre Road, Hazel Grove Rd, Junction Rd – Rte 227 south of Fredericton Station Rd). In particular roads that are traveled by school buses need additional work to ensure they are passable without undue stress on buses (e.g. […]
Question stemming from the Maritime Electric new substation and power transmission line on Smith Road / Millvale Road / St. Mary’s Road: “Dept of Environment and Dept of Transportation are the departments involved – what are their consultation policies? Do you think it matters whether these projects are in incorporated or unincorporated areas?” Resolution (in […]
When an increase in electricity rates occurs the entire bill that encompasses the rate increase date has the increase applied to it. Only the portion after the rate increase date should use the new rate. For example rate increase came into effect on March 1, 2016 but if a client billing period is from February […]