Trucking concerns were again brought before municipal officials in the Town of Mulgrave.
Councillors heard from a few residents who were disappointed with the speed of trucks, the noise relating to unloading, and the safety around load security on the way to the Strait of Canso Superport-owned wharf.
Some concerns relating to road damage and maintenance were brought up during the town council meeting in March.
At Monday night’s town council meeting, the residents said the noise was too loud during overnight hours, but Ralph Hadley, the town’s mayor, said it would be tough to cut down on the business.
After, Hadley told The Hawk they hope to find a solution.
“It was requested (Monday) night to look at our bylaw to see if we can revive the bylaw of hours of work- we’re not sure on that yet,” he said. “We’ll have to have a look at it and then we’ll have more information on it.”
Hadley said they’ll also bring in contractor reps to try to answer some of the concerns.
He said the next ship is expected to arrive at the Superport in about a month.