Baillie commits PCs to completing River Hebert school

Send to a friend

Send this article to a friend.

Cumberland South MLA responds to community unrest

Cumberland South MLA and PC leader Jamie Baillie issued a press release Thursdayafternoon that reaffirms his commitment to province's oldest district school.

SPRINGHILL– Cumberland South MLA and PC leader Jamie Baillie has reconfirmed his commitment to complete the rebuilding of River Hebert District School.

In addition, he stated that as Premier and leader of a PC government, he will ensure that the planned renovations are done.

“The people of River Hebert and area have waited long enough. They have been told time and time again that the new school will be built. I expect the tenders to complete this project will soon be issued. However, let me be clear,” said Baillie. “If the NDP don’t get those tenders out before an election is called, I will issue them myself after - as Premier.”

Baillie is responding to questions from the community about the NDP commitment to the school. When the community was last updated on the status of this project, they were told that new tenders have been drawn up, they have been independently costed and they have been sent to Halifax for approval before being issued.

“That update was in June. It’s now August and valuable construction time is once again being lost. It is past time to approve the tender documents and get on with the project,” Baillie added.

Organizations: River Hebert District School, NDP

Geographic location: River Hebert, Halifax

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Thanks for voting!

Top of page



Recent comments

  • al
    August 17, 2013 - 08:04

    election time, thanks mr baillie,,,but all what we need here in cumberland county beside building school and pave some roads,,,,is work,,work,work,,and real industries ,,and real plan to bring buisness and some investments here,,we have a very beautiful county and needs to be discovered by the provincial government and the politicians in halifax and ottawa,,we dont need promises