The Rural Municipality of Murray Harbour’s operational and capital projects budget for 2020-2021 was approved by Council (via an electronic vote) on March 25, 2020. No comments or feedback were received during the public review period that was held in the week prior to the vote. To view the budget, please visit https://murrayharbour.ca/administration/meetingsandfinance/.
The COVID 19 situation is rapidly escalating. In response to the PEI’s Chief Health Officer’s most recent recommendation that Islanders “Reconsider attending social gatherings where a 2-meter distance is not possible, especially if the elderly or immune-compromised people are present”, the Murray Harbour Council has decided to close the […]
The Rural Municipality of Murray Harbour is facing significant financial hurdles in the coming years. At present, village operation expenditures are expected to exceed income by $12K at the 2019/20 year-end and $21K in 2020/21. To help offset a portion of this, Council has approved a 5¢ increase to municipal property tax rates in 2020.
The B&S Committee would like to extend a heartfelt expression of gratitude for all the people who helped with our fundraising throughout 2019; the list is very long and worthy of praise and extends far beyond our municipal boundaries. Our local farmers, fishermen, vendors, residents, and council members all played a […]
The Village Council is pleased to welcome Paula MacLean as the new Councillor for Murray Harbour. As the only nomination received by close of Nomination Day, Paula has been elected by acclamation. Welcome Paula!