Tuesday’s Headlines

POLITICS

FREDERICTON – City: Don’t expect lower tax rate [Daily Gleaner]
CHARLOTTETOWN – New political party sets sights for 2011 [Guardian]
FREDERICTON – Minister pushes regional partnerships in Halifax [Times & Transcript]

URBAN GREEN

FREDERICTON – Man hopes conservation council will join fight [Daily Gleaner]
HALIFAX – Ex-councillor urges HRM to protect wilderness [Chronicle-Herald]

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

DARTMOUTH – Councillor: City should clear some snowy trails [Chronicle-Herald]
SAINT JOHN – Waterfront key to growth [Telegraph-Journal]
QUISPAMSIS – Developer wants deadline for project extended [Telegraph-Journal]

DEVELOPMENT

MONCTON – Sunny Brae moratorium maintained [Times & Transcript]
HALIFAX – Pipelines costly for businesses [Chronicle-Herald]
TRURO – Extra funds for civic centre puts town near end of its credit limit [Truro Daily]
SAINT JOHN – Peel Plaza zone proposed [Telegraph-Journal]

OTHER NEWS

SAINT JOHN – Social media will help promote uptown’s attributes [Telegraph-Journal]