A second music competition proposed for Cavendish has been getting combined reactions thus far, in line with the realm’s mayor.
Organizers of the Cavendish Seaside Music Pageant are proposing one other outside competition to happen the next weekend, on July 14 and 15.
“Our aim is to make it one other signature occasion for Prince Edward Island and Atlantic Canada,” stated Ben Murphy, CEO of Whitecap Leisure, the corporate behind the Cavendish Seaside Music Pageant.
The proposal is about to be mentioned Feb. 6 at a public assembly held by the council for the Resort Municipality of Stanley Bridge, Hope River, Bayview, Cavendish and North Rustico.
Murphy stated extra particulars in regards to the proposed competition can be unveiled within the coming weeks and on the public assembly, however that it might be a brand new occasion, not a continuation of the weekend earlier than.
“We’re very excited to sort of clarify the model and what the competition can be all about,” he stated.
Murphy stated the second competition may gain advantage native companies and he is trying ahead to listening to from the group. He inspired anybody with questions or issues to attend the assembly.
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Mayor Matthew Jelley has already been getting suggestions.
“Definitely, there was curiosity in it and I believe, as you might anticipate, there are individuals who welcome one other competition and there are individuals who have some issues,” he stated.
Among the issues he is heard embody worries in regards to the pressure of getting festivals for 2 weekends in a row.
“Coming off the Cavendish Seaside Music Pageant and the rise in visitors and further exercise that goes together with that, there’s concern about some fatigue of including a further occasion,” he stated.
The hope with music festivals just like the Cavendish Seaside Music Pageant is to extend improvement and exercise within the municipality, Jelley stated, including it may possibly additionally produce other advantages.
“It has put Cavendish on the map in Atlantic Canada so far as it goes to internet hosting occasions and what now we have to supply so far as a campground and different lodging and our means of the group to work with the competition to make it successful,” he stated.
Council will weigh public enter
Jelley stated individuals may have the possibility to ask questions on to competition organizers and lift any points on the public assembly.
“If there’s an amazing opposition, then you already know, we’ll have to only check out various things,” he stated.
Relying on public suggestions, Jelley stated, the municipality would help making any vital changes to deal with resident’s questions or issues. The planning board and council will make choices based mostly on that enter, he added.
“On this group, we definitely consider in giving residents and companies the possibility to discuss main choices which are occurring,” Jelley stated.
Alongside the general public assembly, the municipality may also be accepting written feedback till Feb. 15.
Jelley stated the council is aiming to decide on the proposal by the council assembly on Feb. 27.