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Bob Pash - District 9

286 Soley Factory Road
Debert, Nova Scotia

Phone: 902-899-0271

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Bob Pash served his first term on Council from 1985-1988.  He is now serving his second term as Councillor representing District 9.

Bob is a graduate from Central Colchester High School and is self-employed, running an auto salvage business for 25+ years.   He has lived in Debert/Glenholme for most of his life and has been a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 106 for the past 43 years, with the last four years being President.  Bob is a single father of 6, with the youngest of his children being 14 years old. 

For the balance of the 2016-2020 term of Council, committees that Bob will serve on are the Planning Advisory Committee, the Livestock Control Appeals Committee, the Sewer Use Appeals Committee, and the Debert Source Water Protection Advisory Committee.  He will also serve on the Envirosystems Community Liaison Committee.

Bob looks forward to serving on Council representing the citizens of District 9 and Colchester.

About District 9

altThis region of the County is rural by nature but does have pockets of dense population, one being Debert. Debert is home to one of the Municipality's Industrial Parks and its only airport. This district can also take pride in its history, the once CFS Debert was one of the busiest military bases during World War II.

This district is home to the County's newest 9 hole golf course and during the winter months, the West Colchester Arena is always busy with recreational hockey and family skate times. The McElmon Pond Provincial Park and Game Sanctuary offers a picnic park and walking trails. The Mi'kmawey Debert Trail offers a woodland walking trail and beautifully illustrated interpretation panels that tell a story of the ancestors of the Mi'kmaw people who lived here 11,000 years ago.  The archaeological sites at Debert and Belmont are the oldest, directly-dated archaeological sites in Canada.

Boundary Description

Bounded on the north by District 7;

Bounded on the west by the lower and south eastern community boundary of Hart Lake, the eastern community boundaries of Folly Lake, Folly Mountain, East Village and Glenholme;

Bounded on the south by the northern community boundaries of Lower Debert and Masstown, the Cobequid Bay and Salmon River;

Bounded on the east by District 8 and District 7; and

Is comprised of the Communities of East Folly Mountain, Debert, Lower Onslow, Central Onslow, Crowes Mills, Belmont and Moose River.