‘No parking’ signs coming to Main Street, says Partridge
Coun. Judi Partridge, Ward 15 Flamborough Review Thursday, June 10, 2021
Although graduations will again look different this year, it is no less a time for students to celebrate.
Wear that prom dress or debonair suit and decorate your graduation caps. Your future will be bright. Just follow your shining star. I wish you all the best for your future.
Please join in and have your say at the important final Waterdown Secondary Plan Study virtual public meeting Thursday, June 17. The meeting will run from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on WebEx, and pre-registration is required. The meeting will cover the final presentation of the draft Secondary Plan, Urban Design Guidelines, and the recommendations of the Cultural Heritage Review. This will be your last chance for the final presentation and final call for you feedback before these plans and guidelines go to council for approval.
The deadline for providing comments and feedback online is June 30. More information can be found at www.engage.hamilton.ca/waterdownnode.
Due to parking concerns created by visitors to the Smokey Hollow waterfalls, staff will be installing “No Parking Any Time” restrictions on both sides of Main Street South from Griffin Street to Thomson Drive. This temporary change will be monitored over the next six months, and we welcome feedback from area residents about its impact and whether residents would support keeping it in place permanently. Residents can provide feedback in one of two ways: by emailing email@example.com, or by calling 905-546-2424 ext. 6018. More information can be found at www.judipartridge.ca.
I am pleased to share that 12 historical plaques are underway will planned installation throughout 2021-22 in the Waterdown Village Heritage District and at significant Flamborough heritage landmarks. Two plaques are provisionally complete for Waterdown Memorial Hall and Waterdown Memorial Park for installation this summer, with plaques for Sealy Park, Waterdown Heights subdivision, the Great Fire/Fires and the 2020 Solidarity March to come by fall.