Wednesday, February 6, 2008

On this day in Our Islands History

In 1935, at a special session of the council of municipality of Amherst: Considering that in certain areas, it was difficult to obtain gravel to cover the roads during the summer and the it was more economic to card this gravel during the winter, In consequence that it be ordered to the inspectors to see to the carting of gravel during the months of February and March. That the salary be that of $.20 an hour for each man and $.30 and hour for one man and a horse. It was adopted.

- From the chronicle's of historian Father Frédéric Landry
Événements Historiques Agenda (Septembre 1993 à Septembre 1994)

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