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
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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 May/June 2015 Issue #45
May has been a busy month, and I am very pleased with the hard work and results achieved thus far.
There are some exciting community developments ahead for 2015/2016, and I am pleased to say Ward 15 will see many improvements. For example, a new Waterdown Library and a Flamborough Seniors Recreation Centre will be built on Dundas Street just before Clappison Power Centre. In addition, Memorial Hall on Dundas Street will undergo restoration and receive a new glass elevator, and the new Waterdown Bypass Corridor will connect Dundas Street to Parkside Drive and over to Highway #6. For more information on community developments, please see Community Updates below.
In This Issue:
- Exciting Community Developments
- Rural Landscape Operators - Urgent Action Required
- Waterdown Farmer's Market
- Free Children's Programming in Flamborough
- New Bookmobile Stop for Millgrove