Community of two may be relocated

The Telegram is reporting that the citizens of the town of Round Harbour will soon be asked if they are willing to resettle. According to The Telegram, the Department of Municipal Affairs will “soon commence the process of a vote by permanent residents to determine if they wish to relocate.” The process should be fairly simple – given that the population of Round Harbour is 2. The catch? 90% of the residents must agree… which means both residents must choose to resettle. Read more via the link below. Round Harbour is located at the eastern tip of the Baie Verte Peninsula.

Source: The Telegram

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