19 council meeting.Boucher noted the options, including the original proposal for the county to join a model which would include Pictou County.”We have discussed that and talked about it,” he added of the option to join with municipalities in the Strait area.Antigonish County is the only municipality in the “Quad County” region, which includes communities in Inverness, Richmond, Guysborough and Antigonish, that has not put its support behind a push to re work the REN model for the area.At this point, the proposed REN for the region would include municipalities from Pictou County to the Canso Causeway, along with a portion of Halifax County.”We have talked about going out on our own, but before making any decision, we are going to meet with the deputy minister [Simon d’Entremont] to check it out to see what kind of help we would get from a grant perspective and hiring of personnel if we went on our own,” Boucher said.”The decision will be made when we have all of that information together and we can make a very good, long decision as opposed to doing something quickly and thinking that after the fact we went the wrong way and we would like to change it. Boucher noted there are “so many unknowns” when it comes to the REN process, including if it is going to be mandated and what sort of monies will be available for municipalities.”We want to make sure we check every [option] out before we make our decision,” he said.County council will meet with d’Entremont, the deputy minister of economic and rural development and tourism, on March 6.Boucher was asked if the county was “feeling any pressure” from other Strait area municipalities to come on board with their REN structure proposal.”I am sure that they would like us to join with them, but once again we are not doing anything in haste. Highway developmentDuring the council meeting, members approved a Feb.
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