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Ribbon cutting ceremony held for Queen's Cove pump house

Local service district (LSD) directors from Random Sound West participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new pump house. From left: Mark Brown and Ross Vivian; King Process Technology employee Mark Hicks and owner/operator Maynard King; Pat Cheeseman; Meridian Engineering project engineer Scott Smith; and Terra Nova MHA Colin Holloway, cutting the ribbon with LSD chairman Robert Gammon. Behind them are pump house operator and Queen’s Cove resident Robert Barr; LSD secretary/treasurer Maureen Stoyles; and resident Earl Ferguson. Missing from photo: Larry Reid, owner-operator H & R Enterprises.
Local service district (LSD) directors from Random Sound West participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new pump house. From left: Mark Brown and Ross Vivian; King Process Technology employee Mark Hicks and owner/operator Maynard King; Pat Cheeseman; Meridian Engineering project engineer Scott Smith; and Terra Nova MHA Colin Holloway, cutting the ribbon with LSD chairman Robert Gammon. Behind them are pump house operator and Queen’s Cove resident Robert Barr; LSD secretary/treasurer Maureen Stoyles; and resident Earl Ferguson. Missing from photo: Larry Reid, owner-operator H & R Enterprises. - Submitted

QUEEN'S COVE— A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Oct. 27 in Queen's Cove to celebrate the newly constructed, modern water pump house.

The project was funded by the federal and provincial governments, and residents of Queen's Cove.
Total cost of the project was $359,502.

Besides construction of the pump house, work was done on the reservoir, including a cleaning of both the reservoir and the grounds surrounding it.

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