CKNB NEWS UPDATE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 2019
CAM – MISSING MAN FOUND
The Northeast District RCMP say the 55-year-old man missing from Campbellton
has been located.
Joseph Earl Beaton had been reported missing on November 4th prompting police
to ask for the public help in finding him.
In a release RCMP say Beaton has been located safe and sound…. and thank
the public for their assistance.
CAM – PEDIATRIC CLOSURE
The Campbellton Regional Hospital is experiencing another closure of the
obstetrics and pediatric services.
In a release Vitalite Health says a lack of a pediatrician will keep the
service closed from today until November 13th.
Pregnant woman in the Restigouche area will be referred to Chaleur Regional
Hospital in Bathurst… about an hour away.
Vitalite says patients who are at least 36-weeks pregnant will be contacted
and assessments are still available in Campbellton.
CAM – DOWNTOWN BUDGET
The city’s Business Improvement Area Corporation… Downtown Campbellton
presented its upcoming budget Wednesday night at the Civic Center.
According to the Tribune the budget shows anticipated expenditures of just
under 72-thousand-dollars… about 25-hundred less than last year.
Downtown Campbellton president Luc Couturier says the decrease is because the
group won’t be doing a tourist guide this year.
The budget that is funded through a tax levy in the area still has to be
presented and passed by Campbellton City Council.
CAM – REZONING REQUEST
A rezoning request for a property on Campbell Street in Campbellton has moved
to the public consultation phase.
A public meeting will be held November 12th at 7pm in Campbellton council
The rezoning at 2 Campbell Street would allow the construction of a 4-unit
multiple dwelling building.
Objections to the rezoning will be accepted at the clerk’s office in writing
within 30 days of the presentation.