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District 4

Mike Cooper - District 4

1726 Meadowvale Rd
RR#1 Upper Stewiacke, Nova Scotia
B0N 2P0

Home Phone: 902-671-2854
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Mike Cooper is serving his third term as Councillor.

Councillor Cooper has been married for 33 years to Lesley Cooper. They have three sons; Alex, Nick, and Chris.

Mr. Cooper has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Dalhousie University and has worked as an accountant at the Volkswagen Dealership (Vantage Motors) in Truro for 36 years.

Councillor Cooper has been involved in many capacities in his community, District 4, and South Colchester in general. He is the Chair of the Stewiacke Valley School Advisory Council, on the Board of the Upper Stewiacke Coop and the M & P Committee of the Upper Stewiacke United Church. He is also Past Treasurer and Board Member of the South Colchester Minor Hockey Association.

As Alternate Chair of County Council Committee, Councillor Cooper sits on the County's Executive and Audit Committee. He is also on the County's Nominating Committee. Councillor Cooper is also on the Watershed Stewardship Committee, the Joint Watershed Planning Advisory Committee and the Shubenacadie Canal Commiission.

In the past, he served on the Enhancement Committee for South Colchester Academy and the School Steering Team of the Winding River Elementary School.

About District 4

hayingDistrict 4 is one of the largest districts in Colchester and is located in the southern region of the county, bordering Pictou County to the east, Halifax County to the south, and the Town of Stewiacke and Shubenacadie River to the West.

playgroundWithin this district, the beautiful Stewiacke River flows from east to west, offering many points of access to the river itself. Included in these points is Crockett Park at the upper end, and at the lower end, Stewiacke River Park. This true gem offers picnicking areas, a walking trail and extensive open and forested areas. Follow the river and you reach one of the provinces's major waterways, the Shubenacadie River. Follow it further and you come to one of the busier provincial parks, the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park.

Principally rural, this district is dissected by numerous other waterways including the St. Andrews River. These support the district as a major agricultural area. Nevertheless, the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well with dozens of small businesses operating here.

Farm and forest, field and falls, a scenic drive any tourist would enjoy.

Boundary Description

Bounded on the north by the southern community boundaries of Riversdale, Greenfield, Camden and Brookfield. The line continues along the western and southern community boundary of Forest Glen and then proceeds along the southern community boundary of Alton. The line then travels along the southeastern community boundary of Fort Ellis until it intersects the northern boundary of the Town of Stewiacke. The district boundary then proceeds around the Town of Stewiacke's eastern and southern boundaries to the County line;

Bounded on the west by the County line;

Bounded on the south by the County line;

Bounded on the east by the County line; and

Is comprised of the Communities of Shubenacadie East, Pine Grove, Gays River, Coldstream, West St. Andrews, East Stewiacke, MacKay Siding, Cloverdale, Lanesville, Wittenburg, South Branch, Birch Hill, Middle Stewiacke, Halfway Brook, Otter Brook, Upper Stewiacke, Meadowvale, Newton Mills, Cross Roads, Pembroke, Burnside and Eastville.

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