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The Reginald J. P. Dawson Library announces a new re-opening date: April 22
After postponing the re-opening initially planned for April 15, the Reginald J. P. Dawson Library is having a second go at it and now planning to re-open its doors on Monday, April 22. However, Mount Royal residents should continue to check the Town’s Facebook page or the home page of its website between now and the 22nd in case a second postponement is announced.
The original re-opening date was cancelled for safety reasons. Although the expansion and renovation work on the library is nearly complete, various jobs remain to be done, some of which are key to the safety of the building’s occupants and eventual visitors. In view of the laws and regulations in effect, it is imperative in such situations to obtain a go-ahead from professionals before the building is re-opened, and it is only this week that some of the final work will receive formal approval from an engineer.
“We are aware of our residents’ expectations,” explains Mount Royal mayor Philippe Roy. “That being said, safety remains our prime concern. The Town will make no compromises on the safety of its residents or employees.”
To make the best of an unfortunate situation, entry forms will be distributed to visitors upon reopening, for one day only. (...) More
Last updated: May 16, 2013
In observance of the National Patriots' Day holiday, all municipal buildings will be closed on Monday, May 20, including the Recreation centre, the library, the arena and the town shops.
On Saturday, May 25, from 9:00 to 13:00, our community garage sale will take place at the municipal arena (1050 Dunkirk Road). That same day, check out our two public auctions: one for bicycles, starting at 10:00, inside the arena, and the other for municipal material, including computer material, starting at 13:00, at the town shops (180 Clyde Road).
On Sunday, May 26, get on your bikes with your family and explore the beautiful streets of Town of Mount Royal. No registration fees. Starting point in front of Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue) at 10:00. Learn more.
A second instalment is due on May 23. For the occasion, the Town Hall service counter will remain open until 18:00.
In order to meet legal requirements, our public notices are always published in the Journal de Mont-Royal and posted at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue).
Last updated: May 15, 2013