The Public Service Commission of Bridgewater is a water utility, governed by its own Act, known as "An Act Respecting the Public Service Commission of Bridgewater"which falls within the jurisdiction of the provincial Public Utilities Act. The PSC is a separate entity from the Town of Bridgewater and as such has control over its own budget. The PSC's main objective is to supply the Town of Bridgewater with a sufficient and safe supply of water for drinking and everyday living. The PSC, as it is also known as, makes all necessary replacements, renewals, betterments, additions, and extensions to the water treatment plant and equipment. The PSC is also responsible for the water rates and charges for the Town which are approved by the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board. The Commission consists of 6 members, majority of which are Councillors. There is no limit to the number of years a citizen can serve on the Commission as a sworn in member. To view more on the PSC, click here.
pdf An Act Respecting the Public Service Commission of Bridgewater (66 KB) (click here to view)
New Membership information for Councillors will be added once appointments are made at the November 9, 2020 meeting of Town Council.
Andrew TANNER, Chairperson (Deputy Mayor)
David MITCHELL, Vice-Chairperson (Mayor)
Wayne THORBURNE, Councillor
Mike CONKLIN, Councillor
Marcus ZWICKER, Citizen Representative
Blake McDONALD, Citizen Representative
CAO Tammy (CROWDER) WILSON, Board Secretary
Amanda SHUPE, Executive Assistant to CAO, Recording Secretary
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