The Urban Coyote
A presentation about coyotes
and other urban wildlife
by Lesley Simpson of Coyote Watch Canada
Join the “pack” gathering at the Hamilton Spectator Auditorium
44 Frid St. on December 16th at 7 p.m.
Special guest wildlife biologist Bill Leeming with
a short Wolf Conservation presentation.
Introduction by city councillor Brian McHattie.
Non-perishable food donation appreciated
for local food banks
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Public open house meeting
to provide input on the city’s Outdoor Lighting Study
Date: Thursday, November 26, 2009
Time: 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Location: Hamilton Convention Centre
(Albion Room “A”), 1 Summers Lane
The City of
The Public’s input at this Open House will be incorporated into the study. A review of work completed to date will be on display for review.
All residents, local businesses and B.I.A.s with an interest in outdoor lighting are invited to attend and provide feedback to the team.
Visit www.hamilton.ca/outdoorlightingstudy for more information
or contact :
Mike Field, Electrical Street Lighting Specialist
Environment and Sustainable Infrastructure Division, Public Works Department
Phone: (905) 546-2424 Ext. 4576
This document contains the details of an alert the city police have issued, and is of concern to anyone in the area…
Hello Kirkendall Residents –
Your input is needed regarding Hess Village!
The Hess Village Community Liaison Committee (CLC) was recently initiated by the City of Hamilton to foster improved community relations between Hess Village establishments and their neighbours. The Kirkendall neighbourhood is represented on this committee by Susan Millman, a resident in the community and member of the Kirkendall Neighbourhood Executive.
In order to provide appropriate feedback to the CLC, your input is required for 3 questions:
What do you value about the Kirkendall neighbourhood?
What are your concerns/issues respecting Hess Village?
Have you or your property been impacted by the proximity of Hess Village?
Please send your responses to these questions by no later than Saturday, November 14 to Susan Millman at email@example.com.
Participants on the Hess Village CLC include 1 representative from each of the 4 surrounding neighbourhood communities (Kirkendall, Strathcona, Durand, Central), as well as representatives from the Hess Village property owners (3) and Hess Village bar owners/operators (3). Ward 1 Councillor Brian McHattie and Ward 2 Councillor Bob Bratina are also part of the committee. The CLC will have bi-monthly meetings, commencing in September 2009 and ending in December 2010.
If you are interested in getting more information about the Hess Village CLC, an internet webpage will be available soon. Meeting agendas, minutes and reports related to Hess Village will be posted on the webpage at www.hamilton.ca/hessvillageclc .
Thanks for your assistance with this!
A second chance to be involved that night….
Date: Thursday, November 5, 2009
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.;
Location: The Waterfront Banquet and Conference Centre, Chamber of Commerce,
A public meeting is being held to provide an update on pedestrian and walkability projects, issues, and recommendations followed by a discussion on moving walking initiatives forward in
All members of the public, including local community and non-profit groups are invited.
· Report back on the findings of the Walking Master Class project
· Discuss ideas for a community walking advisory or advocacy group for
· Continuing to build an understanding of walking in
· Where is your favourite place to walk in
· Where would you like most to see improvements to walking in
Registration is NOT Required
For more information, contact Sharon Mackinnon, Hamilton Public Health Services at 905-546-2424 ext 3522.
Date: Thursday, November 5, 2009
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.; presentation at 6:15 pm
Location: Hamilton Convention Centre, 1 Summer’s Lane, Albion Room
The City of
The City is now ready to present its preferred alternative and alternatives’ evaluation for public input, including the proposed removal of the truck route on Dundurn Street North between York Blvd and King Street West. Your feedback on this is important.
If you require further
Senior Project Manager, Traffic Planning and Community Services
Ph 905-546-2424 ext 7217
Public meetings are also being held at other locations on November 12, December 2 and 10. See the website for location information.