Councillor Judi Partridge has put forward a motion to amend the Rural Hamilton Official Plan and Rural Zoning By-law to permit and recognize rural landscape… Read More
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The City of Hamilton is reaching out to residents in Carlisle who are on the municipal water system to apply to volunteer as a member… Read More
On March 11th, 2015, the City of Hamilton’s Recreation Division opened a public online survey to evaluate the preschool programming needs of the Flamborough area…. Read More
To address the Provincial Plan Review, the City of Hamilton will be hosting three public meetings to allow residents to provide comments on potential changes… Read More
The proposed Rural Zoning By-law came to the City of Hamilton’s Planning Committee, which Councillor Partridge chairs, on Tuesday March 31st. Two special public meetings… Read More
Flamborough E-NEWS March/April 2015 Issue #44
March has been a very busy month, and I am pleased with the hard work and results received so far.
On Tuesday March 31st, I was delighted to see so many Flamborough residents at the special planning meeting for the Rural Zoning By-law. The Council Chambers was packed with over 200 residents who voiced their concerns and comments regarding the proposed by-law. Feedback was heard, and Council will consider a revised by-law in June.
Also on Tuesday, the Courtcliffe Park Restoration Project was completed and a bridge over Bronte Creek was opened. I am pleased to say that the trails in Courtcliffe Park have re-opened, and I thank Trout Unlimited Canada for their hard work.
In This Issue:
- Proposed Rural Zoning By-law Changes
- Public Meetings for the Provincial Plan Greenbelt Review
- Free Children's Programming in Flamborough
- Snake Road Bridge Re-opens
- New Bookmobile Stop for Millgrove