Somewhere in Nova Scotia is heaven on earth.
A new lot has been created from our common lands. On September 27, I discovered on Viewpoint.com that a lot containing the green building was subdivided from the common lands and now has its own PID. Upon further research, I found that this lot is still owned by HarbourEdge.
Volume 3 of my collection of photos of this beautiful place. I hope we can keep it like it is. Photos from 2018-2019
email sent to owners on the mailing list March 29, 2020 Send an email to HarbourEdge with just a click.
In order to make it as easy as possible for lot owners at Abbecombec to indicate their opposition to any potential abrogation by HarbourEdge of our license agreement regarding the common lands, such as subdividing and selling a portion to anyone, I’ve posted a form below for you to fill in and submit. The most …
Note: If you are already familiar with the issue and want to show your support quickly, there is now a more direct way to indicate your opposition to the subdivision and sale of a piece of the common land here: A Simple Request An urgent message to all Abbecombec Lot Owners Emailed March 17, 2020 …
This is an ode to one of my favorite places on earth. I hope it stays like this forever. I am NOT in favor of the land adjacent to it being sold for commercial use. Let us hope that does not go forward.
By November 25, 2019 I’d heard that all of the damaged vehicles and vessels in the Green Building had been removed and the debris inside had been ‘cleaned up.’ I asked my winter resident to snap a few pictures so I could see how it was ‘cleaned up.’
As mentioned elsewhere Hurricane Dorian made a direct hit on the Halifax Regional Municipality. I sat it out in my house on top of Astaak Point. We lost power and it remained off for 5 days. Which was not a fun time.