Town Crier Lloyd Smith’s poses for development producer Tara-Lee Novak. Jennifer Hoegg
The Kentville Project could be a go.
According to the town's community development co-ordinator, the town has been chosen for Force Four Entertainment's TV project on "life without taxes."
Lindsay Young confirmed Feb. 3 the town had beat out the other shortlisted municipality, Perth, Ont., for the gig.
The British Columbia-based production company said in January the next step in the project would be filming a demo reel of the chosen town.
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A national network is said to be considering picking up the reality show which would have participants use the money they would pay in taxes to pay for their own services.