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Yarmouth Mayor Pam Mood cuts the cake to kick off Seafest 2022 in July (Acadia News Photo)

Year In Review: Yarmouth Mayor Pam Mood

By Kevin Northup Dec 29, 2022 | 8:00 AM

Yarmouth Mayor Pam Mood is reflecting on a busy 2022.

She says Phase One of renovations to the Yarmouth ferry terminal, along with the return of the service was huge for the area.

Mood says one of her highlights is the town population growing by five percent.

“Our population in Yarmouth hasn’t gone up since the early 1990s, that’s hundreds more people that are making Yarmouth their home. We’re doing everything right that way, and setting the table,” says Mood.

She says council has also been focused on the Active Transportation Trail, which has connected one part of town to the other.

Looking ahead to 2023, Mood says she’d like to focus on the waterfront, the housing crisis and mental health services in the community.

“It’s not our job to find housing, but how can we work towards more? What kind of plan can we get in place? We’ve always looked at that, we just have to really dig in and figure this piece out.”

Click play below to hear Kevin Northup’s full interview with Yarmouth Mayor Pam Mood:

From left: Yarmouth MLA Zach Churchill, Argyle MLA Colton LeBlanc, Argyle Municipality Warden Danny Muise, Chair of the expansion committee and Argyle deputy warden Nicole Albright, Yarmouth Municipality Warden John Cunningham, Yarmouth Mayor Pam Mood, Central Nova MP Sean Fraser, West Nova MP Chris d'Entremont, Mariners Centre CEO Dorgam Hideib and town councillor Wade Cleveland at the Mariners Centre Expansion Announcement in October, 2022 (Acadia News Photo)


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