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Community Updates

Youth Advisory Council

Councillor Judi Partridge, Trustee Penny Deathe and Healthy Community – Healthy Youth are establishing a Youth Advisory Council. This opportunity is open to all Ward 15 Students, Grade 9 and higher. Your opinions matter, and are important to us. Learn about local government and use your voice to discuss matters important to you!

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Proposed Rural Zoning By-law Changes

On Thursday January 8th, 2015 Ward 15 Councillor Judi Partridge and Ward 14 Councillor Robert Pasuta hosted a public meeting at the Harry Howell Arena to discuss the proposed City of Hamilton Rural Zoning By-law changes and the concerns raised by the Flamborough business community. Invited attendees included all owners of properties in Flamborough that are currently zoned Rural Industrial (M3), and all owners of legally established landscape contracting businesses in Flamborough. There have been four public meetings held since January 2014 for rural property owners to provide input to the proposed changes.

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Snake Road Bridge Update

Due to delays in construction, the Canadian Pacific Railway has announced that the Snake Road bridge opening has been extended to February 6th, 2015. The delays in completion have resulted from poor weather conditions and heavy traffic. The Canadian Pacific Railway extends its apologies for any inconveniences that the delays have caused. In the meantime, they ask that vehicle and pedestrian traffic follow the marked detours.

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New Waterdown North-South Corridor

Glen Murray, Minister of the Environment and Climate Change for Ontario, reached a decision on Wednesday December 17th that will allow the Waterdown Road New North-South corridor project to proceed. In his decision letter, Minister Murray wrote that he would not require an individual environmental assessment by the City of Hamilton, the City of Burlington, or the Region of Halton. Instead, Minister Murray gave conditional approval for the project to proceed.

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Community Endorses Judi PARTRIDGE re-election

Councillor Judi Partridge has proven herself to be a Strong Advocate for the Millgrove Community. In the past year with her Charm for its Children, Fervour for its Families and Passion for its People, Judi readily collaborated with Residents and supported their efforts which ultimately succeeded in “Keeping Millgrove School OPEN!” Judi, we in the Millgrove Community Thank You whole heartedly for your Dedication to the “Best Interest” of our Community. Judi TRULY IS “the ‘Go to’ Councillor who ‘Gets Things Done.’” We couldn’t ask for a more dedicated Councillor!
Wendy Teed, Millgrove Childrens Centre Daycare

“Proactive, responsive, and fully engaged. Judi Partridge works tirelessly to ensure that our community continues to be a wonderful place to live. Whether it’s dealing with a resident’s individual concerns, or championing causes that impact many of us, Judi will do all she can to make sure the best outcome is achieved.”
Graham Flint, Chairman FORCE

Dedication, commitment, hard work and knowing what is best for Flamborough, is the goal Judi Partridge has set for our community. Her ability to get things done, takes tremendous effort and vision. With one goal in mind, Judi fights for 'The very best for Flamborough', if it takes moving mountains, she gets it done. In the up coming election, Judi has my vote.
Margaret Robertson, Pause-A-While Tea House

As an Accountant, I can say without reservation that Judi does things RIGHT & ON TIME always with a focus to SAVE us tax dollars! Judi has proven herself to be an effective leader for Ward 15, she takes no guff from anyone and doesn’t back down. I highly recommend you VOTE to RE-ELECT Judi Partridge Councillor Ward 15.
Gary Titley, Accountant

Judi Partridge is a true community champion. Her enthusiasm is contagious, her values are strong and if it’s happening in Flamborough, she’s there to support her community! I am proud to endorse Judi Partridge for Ward 15 Councillor.
Kyle Williams, Waterdown Warriors Football Alumni

It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that I endorse Judi Partridge for Ward 15 Councillor. I look up to Judi professionally and personally – she is thoughtful, kind, community focused, and gets the job done. Whether it is taxes, transit or transportation she always makes sure the community is heard at the Council table. Growing up in Waterdown was an incredible community experience, Judi was very focused on working to support Students, and with the re-election of Judi, it will ensure that more families will have the opportunity to experience the best Ward 15 has to offer.
Drew Williams, Waterdown High School Alumni

On behalf of Muslim Women Council of Hamilton I am pleased to endorse Judi Partridge for Flamborough Ward 15 Councillor RE-Election. Judi is a vibrant leader who is always involved in community activities. I first came to know Judi when I moved from Hamilton Mountain to Waterdown. Judi is very effective in addressing community issues, her office is proactive in supporting the vital needs of her residents. She is a hard worker who is sensitive to community needs and keeps her community well informed.
Basharat Tayyab, Waterdown, Muslim Women Council of Hamilton

With the help and guidance of Councillor Judi Partridge we were able to secure speed control measures for Hollybush Drive. The community came together to find a solution that worked for everyone with the assistance of Ms. Partridge throughout the process; we now have narrower lanes, extended curbs and should shortly have a second stop sign. The Hollybush community is very grateful.

Amy Moss-Archambault, owner of TriMom and resident

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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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“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.

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

Councillor Partridge In The News

15 key issues Hamilton city council will need to tackle in 2015

Hamilton Spectator By Matthew Van Dongen Hamilton’s new council will grapple repeatedly with a couple of old enemies in the new year: transit woes and tax hikes. Light rail, transit-only lanes and poor regional bus service were variously cited as top 2015 issues by many councillors polled by The Spectator. An expected tax hike, waterfront… Read More

YEAR IN REVIEW: We welcomed the new – and new again – in 2014

By Catherine O’Hara, Review Reporter Right from the outset, I knew 2014 would be the year for all that is new. The year kicked off with the introduction of a new name on theReview’s masthead. Mac Christie, hired to fill a permanent vacancy following veteran reporter Dianne Cornish’s retirement, joined our editorial team early in… Read More

YEAR IN REVIEW: Out among the stars on the beat in Flamborough

By Mac Christie, Review Reporter When 2014 began, I wasn’t even in Flamborough. But even though I only started here at the Review in February, I still had the opportunity to cover a number of fun, interesting and some sad, stories. Not to mention getting the chance to know this great community. Having started fresh… Read More

MOE conditionally approves Waterdown Road corridor project

By Catherine O’Hara• Flamborough Review Staff Ontario’s Minister of the Environment and Climate Change has conditionally approved plans for the Waterdown Road Corridor. In his Dec. 17 decision letter, Minister Glen Murray struck down calls from residents and Conservation Halton for an individual environmental assessment for the proposed north-south corridor that would run from Craven… Read More

City of Hamilton works to recoup software costs

By Kevin Werner, METROLAND WEST MEDIA GROUP Hamilton city staff is reviewing a number of options, including taking legal action against the province for implementing a new $240-million computer program that has contributed to untold pressure on city employees and the clients they serve. “We’ve never seen anything like it,” said Jack Brown, acting general… Read More