Flamborough City Councillor Judi Partridge and Hamilton Public School Board Trustee Penny Deathe are recruiting students, Grade 9 and higher, to join the Flamborough Youth… Read More
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Communications Assistant Position – City Councillor Office
This entry level, permanent, part-time position would suit a recent graduate of a communications-related program with experience in writing/research, event planning, social media, video/photography, website management and email newsletters.
Parkside Drive Improvements. Construction for the Parkside Drive Improvement Plan will begin in 2015/2016. It will include a three-lane upgrade with continuous centre turning between Main… Read More
Please join me in a girl’s night out for the exciting new event, “Pursapalooza”! Pursapalooza is a brand new fundraising event for Phoenix Place in… Read More
Current Hamilton Public Library Branches in Ward 15: Carlisle 1496 Centre Road, Carlisle (905)-689-8769 Millgrove 857 Millgrove Side Road, Millgrove (905)-689-6582 Waterdown 25 Mill Street… Read More
Today marked the launch of the improved all-day Waterdown bus service (Route 18). The new service includes two-way pickups running every 30-minutes on Waterdown Rd.,… Read More
Flamborough E-NEWS October / November 2015 Issue #50
Welcome to the October/November 2015 E-NEWS update.
I was honoured to represent the City of Hamilton as Deputy Mayor for the month of September.
During this time, I had the privilege of speaking at the 12th Annual City of Hamilton and United Way Employee Truck Pull & BBQ in support of the United Way of Burlington and Greater Hamilton. City staff dressed up in costume and grouped into 13 teams with the competitive goal of raising donations and pulling a 33 thousand pound truck for as long as possible. The Parks Department won, with over $1,000 raised and a truck pull time of 13.73 seconds. Altogether, the event raised over $6,000 for the United Way. Thank you everyone!
Please select the link below to read the full E-NEWS issue.
In This Issue:
- Student Advisory Council
- Waterdown Rotary Memorial Park Ice Loop
- New Waterdown Library and Flamborough Seniors Recreation Centre
- Let's Shape The Future Of Public Art In Hamilton!
Hamilton Lobbyist Registry -effective August 1, 2015
As your Councillor, I strongly support the transparency and integrity of our City government decision making process through public disclosure of lobbying activities and regulation of lobbyists' conduct.
The main instrument for doing this is the Lobbyist Registry, which is an online tool that documents all lobbying activities of persons meeting with the Mayor, City Councillors and Senior Management Staff. The Lobbyist Registry is an accountability and transparency tool. The goal of the Registry is to clearly show the public who is lobbying the City of Hamilton’s public office holders, and aligns with the City’s Values and Strategic Priorities. The Registry emphasizes a culture of open, transparent and accountable government.