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Carl Potter’s Biz Empire Successes The Result Of Hiring Staffers Who Are Even Smarter Than He Is – A Strategy That Has Led Potter To Dominate Multiple Industries

Carl Potter’s Biz Empire Successes The Result Of Hiring Staffers Who Are Even Smarter Than He Is – A Strategy That Has Led Potter To Dominate Multiple Industries

Carl Potter is lately in The Notebook news cycle.

As incredible as it seems, Potter, the founder and proprietor of the region’s largest road builder, Dexter Construction, went up against the biggest global road builders on the planet  – and he bested giants with his sharper bidding pencil, leaving  behemoth contractors from France & Spain in the dust, when he was awarded the lucrative $300 million 104 HWY twinning work last Thursday.

Over my lifetime, I have met many legendary road builders and also the great engineers employed with the NS Highways department.

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Cabot Links Airport: Port Hawkesbury Seeks Indigenous Partners To Take 51% Stake In Regional Airport

Cabot Links Airport: Port Hawkesbury Seeks Indigenous Partners To Take 51% Stake In Regional Airport

Perhaps in an effort to ward off taxpayer funded development of a competing airport in nearby Inverness to serve Cabot Links Golf Resort, there is a new move to entice a First Nations body to take majority ownership in the regional airport at Port Hastings.

A First Nation majority ownership would make it more difficult for governments to grant tax dollars to a competing airport in Inverness because it would adversely affect the First Nation’s financial position.

This story was first reported months ago in a news scoop in The Notebook, when the idea was floated of an Indigenous body taking 51 per cent major equity in the Allan J. MacEachen Regional Airport in Port Hastings. Port Hawkesbury currently holds the deed to the facility.

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