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Councillor Judi Partridge Flamborough Ward 15 City of Hamilton

I am very pleased to announce the following:

Flamborough Ward 15 Councillor Judi PARTRIDGE Registers for Re-Election
Waterdown, Carlisle, Millgrove, Freelton, Greensville

City Councillor Judi Partridge registered her candidacy for re-election in the upcoming October 27 municipal election. A strong community advocate, Partridge is committed to serve the residents of Ward 15 Flamborough in Waterdown, Carlisle, Millgrove, Freelton and parts of Greensville. On October 27th, she will ask her community to re-elect her with a strong mandate for a second term of council.

When re-elected, priorities will be Taxes, Transit, Transportation infrastructure, affordable Seniors housing and new Recreation facilities. The next four years must see continued focus on tackling high taxes and city spending as well as building the Waterdown Bypass. Another priority is the proposed Ward boundary review potentially to increase the size of Hamilton Council which is a real threat to rural communities. We will finish neighbourhood traffic calming projects and continue to manage the new housing developments with public input from her residents.

She will continue her role on the Halton Hamilton Source Water Protection Committee which she sees as critical to addressing the ongoing challenges of the rural wells and water system. The Carlisle community has ongoing issues with the water tower and well water supply system. We need to understand the short-term and long-term health of the aquifer that feeds residential wells and the municipal water systems of Carlisle, Freelton, and the surrounding area. Residents need healthy wells ~ Farmers need a healthy, abundant aquifer for livestock and crops – water is vital for life on every level.

Other top rural priorities currently on her desk are the new Rural Zoning Changes and the provincial Green Belt review both coming in 2015. With solid background on both, she is eager to tackle the challenges that both present for the farming and rural community property owners. She was also pleased to champion Value for Money auditing at City Hall implemented in 2012, and will continue to challenge staff to reduce the city budgets. Says Partridge “experience at the Council table will be of critical importance for Flamborough over the next four years.”

At City Hall and locally, Partridge is respected as the “go to” person who “gets things done”. She emphasizes that the community spirit of her residents gives her the strength to work hard on their behalf. “Council knows I will not back down when it comes to my community.”

“Together, we have accomplished a great deal,” said Partridge. “There was unanimous support to remove highly contentious parking meters in Waterdown, and she successfully fought to keep Hamilton’s Casino located at Flamborough Downs instead of downtown Hamilton; and, what Partridge is most proud of is her work with Millgrove residents to save Millgrove Public School from closing, Flamborough Centre and Mary Hopkins Schools are next to negotiate. Partridge also championed Value for Money auditing of city spending and the privatization of HECFI, Hamilton Place, Convention Centre and Copps Coliseum Arena saving taxpayers millions. “My residents have been there to support me every step of the way.” And in partnership with the Waterdown BIA, we brought back the Waterdown Farmers Market, a huge community success. The Flamborough Santa Claus Parade is stronger today. At the organizers request, I was pleased to facilitate meetings with local service clubs and community groups, to ensure the Flamborough Santa Claus Parade will continue this year and beyond. I feel very blessed to have the support of so many dedicated residents.”

During her term on City Council, Partridge has worked to attract new businesses at Clappison Innovation Park creating jobs for local residents. GO Transit will build a new maintenance and storage facility, that will bring GO bus and 85 high tech jobs to Flamborough. The Flamborough Agriculture sector has also increased with the new Earth to Table farm development and several new farm related business expansions. Agriculture is a $1.5 billion industry in Hamilton ~ much of it located in Flamborough.

New facilities such as the North Wentworth Twin Pad Arena bring state of the art recreation to local residents. The Arena will soon to be named after Harry Howell, a local NHL hockey legend. The completion of the new Guy Brown School and Waterdown High School expansion which Partridge helped champion funding for, will address the educational needs. Important heritage projects such as Waterdown Memorial Hall will be renovated with a new glass Elevator Tower; and soon to be built is the new all season Memorial Park Outdoor Ice Loop.

Prior to assuming office in 2010, Partridge held senior management positions in government affairs, corporate and media relations. Her charitable work included serving on several Boards as well as a founding member of a local charity to help women and children in need. She is also a past recipient of Woman of the Year for Government Affairs and Communication YWCA Women of Distinction Awards.

Partridge is a graduate of McMaster Degroote School of Business United Way Governance program and most recently a graduate of York University Shulich Executive School of Business Municipal Governance program. A believer in continued executive learning, she will start her Masters in Municipal Governance at York University next year.

Married to husband Jeff, President of the Optimist Club of Carlisle, together they are the proud parents of Justin studying at Dalhousie University Masters in Economics and Jordan, Humber College Music Degree program. Visit www.judipartridge.ca, twitter @judipartridge email: judi.partridge@sympatico.ca

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Flamborough E-NEWS September Issue #41 2014

Dear Residents

It is September and there is definitely a feeling of fall in the air however, I don’t know about you, but, what happened to summer? And the work load at Hamilton city hall hasn’t slowed down either. Daily City Council meetings have jammed packed agenda’s with report and research keeping us busy.

In This Issue:

  • Seniors Waterdown Legion Community Events and Activities
  • Flamborough Terry Fox Run
  • 75th Anniversary Flamborough Horticultural Association
  • Flamborough Chili Festival



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Community Feedback

Both of us would like to thank you for the excellent service you provide for us by working so hard on our behalf and by keeping us informed in a very timely and detailed manner which we have never seen before by any elected official. Thank you for your great work and we wish you and your family a very healthy and happy New Year. J & G, Millgrove

Thank you so much for your swift attention to this- I'm actually surprised I'm the first one to ask! On a side note, Judi, I'm reallly impressed with the work your doing, and love getting your newsletter so I'm informed as to the community activities. Keep it up! K.H., Carlisle

Hi Judi, Fitness in the park! What a great idea! Please let us know if there is any help needed with this with this or if there is a way we can get involved. Dr. V, Waterdown

Please thank Councillor Partridge for helping us out; we could never have got this done. I know she is extremely busy but it is great having her assistance. She works tirelessly for her residents. Thanks again A.C., Freelton

“Borer’s Creek Community Clean-up” – Belmont Park, Hollybush Drive, Waterdown

On September 14th, 2014, Ward 15 Councillor Judi Partridge, along with the Stewards of the Coote’s Watershed, is hosting a community/watershed clean up. Meet us from 1-4pm in the parking lot of Belmont Park on Hollybush at Ryan’s Way. The area of focus is Borer’s Creek on Hollybush. All equipment (gloves, bags, etc) will be provided – please join us as a group or individually and do your part by pitching in for this great community initiative! Student hours will be provided.

Please let our office know if you or any of your family will be attending.

Councillor Partridge In The News

Waterdown Memorial Park’s East Entrance To Get Sidewalk Upgrades

By Mac Christie, Review Staff The east entrance to Memorial Park, off Main Street North, in Waterdown will be revamped in the coming weeks. Following complaints from nearby residents and at least one accident at the site, the concrete sidewalk leading to the park will be extended to just past the park entrance, making it […]

Flamborough Santa Claus Parade Will March On

By Brenda Jefferies, Review Staff Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus Parade in Flamborough this year. And, says Ward 15 Councillor Judi Partridge, the event will be everything residents and visitors have come to expect over the past 18 years, even though there have been some significant changes behind the scenes. Following the 2013 […]

Waterdown’s Sealey Park Tennis Courts To Be Updated

By Mac Christie, Review Staff The Sealey Park tennis courts have been approved for rehabilitation in 2014. The work, which will take about three weeks to complete, was slated to begin this week at the Main Street South park in Waterdown, according to the city’s playlot equipment safety supervisor Steve Ames, According to a public […]

Waterdown Residents To Get Say In Traffic Calming Measures

By Mac Christie, Review Staff Concerned residents will have the opportunity to provide input into the solution for traffic issues in Waterdown’s Main Street South neighbourhood. At a public meeting held May 1 at Sealey Park hall, residents heard a number of traffic calming options and their pros and cons from David Ferguson, the City […]

City To Outfit Waterdown’s Heritage District With New Street Signs

By Catherine O’Hara • Review Staff New street signs are coming to Waterdown’s heritage district. Spearheaded by the Waterdown/Mill Street Heritage Committee, the project has received the support of the city’s traffic and heritage staff as well as that of Ward 15 councillor Judi Partridge. After discussing the possibility of upgrading signs throughout the district […]

Residents love idea of ice loop coming to Waterdown

By Daniel Nolan Burgeoning Waterdown is getting a new ice surface that’s likely to draw people from across the Hamilton area. It’s not a new arena, or an outdoor ice rink, but an outdoor ice loop. It’s being built in the northwest corner of Memorial Park, which is in the centre of the former village […]