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2021-02-26 Ward 1 Newsletter

THIS EDITION OF THE WARD 1 NEWSLETTER INCLUDES:

  • Hamilton’s COVID-19 vaccination program expands to include workers and residents of Hamilton’s shelter system
  • H.A.A.A Park Renewal Plan
  • Victoria Park Future Enhancements
  • Beulah Park Play Structure Replacement
  • Complete Liveable Better Streets Design Manual
  • Reminder: Community Safety and Well-Being Survey Closes March 1st.
  • YWCA Hamilton – Reskilling Program
  • Waste Calendar & Trash Tags
  • 2021 Fire Hydrant Painting Program
  • St Joseph's Healthcare Recruiting Patient and Family Volunteer Advisors
  • Kirkendall Garden Club and the Giant Pumpkin Growing Contest
  • Events
    • Around the Kitchen Table: Discussing Climate Change with Others
    • CityLAB Project Showcase for Winter 2021

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Victoria Park Future Enhancements - Online Meeting

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2021-02-02 Ward 1 Newsletter

THIS EDITION OF THE WARD 1 NEWSLETTER INCLUDES:

  • H.A.A.A Park Renewal Plan information sessions
  • Victoria Park Future Enhancements online information session
  • Hamilton Placemaking Grant Pilot Program is now open for applications
  • Hamilton's Urban Forestry Strategy online engagement starts now
  • Hamilton Arts Council survey for artists, audiences and organizations
  • Covid19- email/phishing SCAM ALERT
  • Model City Hall 2021 executive team application for all high school and post-secondary students
  • Events:
    • The Colour of Health: Black Healthcare Justice; February 3, 2021; 7:30 PM [Online]
    • Hamilton Winterfest Activities

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H.A.A.A. Renewal Plan - Initial Online Meeting

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2020-12-21 Ward 1 Newsletter

Dear Neighbours

Unprecedented, challenging, scary -  these are a few of the words used to describe the consequences of  the novel coronavirus known as the COVID-19. While the virus is defining what we can do, the residents of Ward 1 are taking hold of how we can do things for each other.

I am grateful to the residents who keep an eye on their isolated neighbours, the residents who continue to gather food, clothing and other necessities for those in need and for a level of kindness and care which is a trademark of the place we call home.  Let us gather our resolve to follow the public health restrictions that have been set out for us so that we can keep our families and community safe. One day we will gather together on our streets, in our parks and in our parlours and remember the many lights that guided us through this historic time.

THIS EDITION OF THE WARD 1 NEWSLETTER INCLUDES:

  • Hamilton in LOCKDOWN (Control) stage 
  • Upstream thinking and affordable housing
  • Living Advent calendar walks
  • Westdale South road work update
  • Support local business
  • Ward 1 office closed until January 4, 2021
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Upstream Thinking & Supportive, Affordable Housing

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2020-11-30 Ward 1 Newsletter

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2020-11-23 Ward 1 Newsletter

THIS EDITION OF THE WARD 1 NEWSLETTER INCLUDES:

  • Hamilton in the RED (Control) stage 
  • Complete Streets Ward 1 Intersection Makeover Project [ONLINE event] November 24
  • Jackson St W road closure notification
  • Westdale South Road Work Update
  • Radon Gas in Your Home
  • Hamilton Anti-Racism Resource Centre (HARRC) Call for Board Members
  • Engage Hamilton
  • Events
  • COVID Update

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2020-10-02 Ward 1 Newsletter

THIS EDITION OF THE WARD 1 NEWSLETTER INCLUDES:

  • Valley Inn Bridge
  • Senior of the Year Award: Archie McQueen (Ward 1)
  • Meet Your Ward 1 Neighbour: Julia Hitchcock (Video)
  • Notice of Public Meeting for UHOPA-18-005/ZAC-18-012 (235 Main St W, 74 Queen St S, 244 & 246 Jackson St W)
  • Westdale South Road Work Update
  • Kirkendall Neighbourhood Association Food Drive 
  • Events
  • COVID Update
    • Social Gathering Limits: Additional Guidance on Indoor and Outdoor Events and Gatherings

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Aberdeen Avenue - 2020 Changes

Aberdeen Road Diet Information Session held September 2, 2020
Traffic Operations staff Q&A with Ward 1 residents.

Recap and additional documentation

INTRODUCTION

Aberdeen is not a safe street. In fact, it is almost 5 times as dangerous as the industry threshold for an ‘area of concern’. Changes were required and requested by residents over the years.

All of the changes, including the final phase about to be made, are designed to make the street safer for all who use it every day.

The input of residents, the expertise of our traffic engineers, Council approved program and policies, and the review of similar roads in Hamilton were part of the planning process.

I’m confident these changes will ensure the road is made safer for all residents, particularly for the hundreds of children who use Aberdeen every day to and from school.

Please review this update and Contact the Superintendent of Roadway Safety, David Ferguson ([email protected]) or contact me if you have questions or feedback you wish to share. 

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