Community Transportation Fair

Community Transportation Fair tonight November 25 5:30 -8:30

Bennetto Recreation Centre

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Citizen Appointments to Hamilton's Agencies, Boards, and Committees

The City is inviting citizens to apply to serve on a variety of committees from The Football Hall of Fame to City Housing to the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Waterfront Trust.   Please go to the website below for a complete list of citizen appointment committes.  The deadline is fast approacting - Friday November 28. 

An Orientation Open House will be held on Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the foyer area outside the Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, City Hall, 71 Main Street West, Hamilton.  The purpose of the Open House is to outline the scope of the various committees, explain the time commitment and any qualifications that may be required.  Attendance is not mandatory, but is strongly encouraged. 


 

http://www.hamilton.ca/CityDepartments/CorporateServices/Clerks/CitizenAppointmentstoHamiltonSubCommittees.htm

National Education Savings Week

National Education Savings Week provides an excellent opportunity for any families in the north end with a child that was born in 2004 or later.  They could receive up to $500 towards their education as part of the Canada Learning Bond.

Event Details:
St. Lawrence Elementary School

88 Macaulay St E.
Tuesday, November 25
3pm-7pm


For more info please download this PDF or check out www.canlearn.ca/clb.

Mary Street Bridge - Clearing out the Brush

A friend and neighbour on Strachan Street reported that someone had been assaulted in the brush beside the path leading to the Mary Street Bridge on the October 25/26 weekend.  The assault was heard and police were called.  We have since talked to our neighbourhood police officer and Councillor Jason Farr who also contacted the appropriate City department.

Meanwhile, on November 2, several of us decided to go ahead and clear out the brush beside the pathway to make the area safer.  It turned out to be a rather nice, sunny day and what seemed like a huge job, went by in a few hours.  Many hands make light work and all that!

Our goal was to make sight lines from the pathway to the CN fence below. The last photo shows that you can now see down to the fence. It is actually a nice spot, so we hope to plant milkweed there - the perfect location!- in the spring.