Dear Residents, The Ward boundaries for the city of Hamilton, set by Council are being seriously challenged at the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB). This will have the most negative impact on Flamborough both Ward 15 and Ward 14, and the Hamilton Mountain Wards. It is important that there be a good number of residents… Read More
Clappison Drive to Connect up to Parkside Drive & Clappison Power Centre Clappison Drive extension is underway with a final design. Construction has now started as of spring 2017. It is anticipated that much of the traffic will move from Hollybush Drive to this new Clappison Drive route to the Power Centre and Clappison intersection… Read More
Avonsyde Boulevard – Bypass Connector Road Mattamy is in the process of tendering the final work needed to complete the Bypass connector corridor that connects Dundas to Parkside Drive. This will be the new road to divert traffic away from the Waterdown Core up to connect with Parkside drive. Councillor Partridge is pleased to inform… Read More
After a much anticipated wait, a new stop light will be installed at Berry Hill Avenue, Perrelli Street and Dundas Street East, and is expected to be ready for mid to late September.
In order for Canadian National Railway (CNR) to perform necessary repair work, Lynden Road will be closed to traffic at the rail track crossing between Margaret Street and Concession 2 Road West. The closure will begin on Monday, August 7 at 8 a.m. and is expected to wrap up by the evening on… Read More
On May 11, 2016 City Council approved the addition of several new Red Light Camera locations for 2017. One of the locations is Dundas Street East & Mill Street South – Westbound in Waterdown, that is presently undergoing testing. Also, according to the terms of the Red Light Camera Contract with Red Light Camera Operator… Read More
On June 26, the City of Hamilton began to upgrade street lighting on residential streets throughout the City of Hamilton. About 27,000 high-pressure sodium cobra head street lights lining residential communities will be upgraded to energy and cost efficient light-emitting diode (LED) lights over the coming three years. Phase one has started in Waterdown. … Read More
The new Shuttle Bus service from Mizener’s Flea Market parking on Hwy #5 is producing good results, and a relief for residents. In addition, a City/Agency Task Force including Police, Fire, EMS, Bylaw Enforcement, Parking, Councillors, Hamilton Conservation Authority and CNCP has been meeting to come up with recommendations to address long term concerns of… Read More
With the OMB trial held in June now over, the community must wait for the hearing judge ruling. For nine days in June, Councillor Partridge and residents attended the Ontario Municipal Board hearings to oppose this development. General themes from residents included too high density for the site, traffic concerns, lack of green space and… Read More
On June 20th, there was a Farewell Open House from 4-7pm, with many student Alumni (including Councillor Partridge) sharing memories of Greensville School. It was also a chance for residents to review the new school design. Scheduled for completion in fall 2018, this exciting new facility will become a community hub for the Greensville community.