What does math have to do with how and where cities develop?
What does this have to do with the city's budget and your property taxes?
On February 11, 2020, Councillors Wilson, Nann and Danko hosted renowned urban planner Joe Minicozzi
About the speaker Joseph Minicozzi, AICP is the principal of Urban3. Joe is an urban planner imagining new ways to think about and visualize land use, urban design and economics. Joe founded Urban3 to explain and visualize market dynamics created by tax and land use policies. Urban3's work establishes new conversations across multiple professional sectors, policymakers, and the public to creatively address the challenges of urbanization. Urban3's extensive studies have ranged geographically from over 30 states, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
As part of Hamilton City Council’s deliberation of the city’s 2020 operating budget, Council spent “Transit Day” discussing Hamilton’s HSR operations. At the same time, the Government of Ontario announced who would be sitting on the panel tasked with determining the future of LRT in Hamilton.
These two events are of enormous importance to Hamilton’s future budgets, public transit system and levels of property tax that will be paid by existing and future Hamiltonians.
Waterfront Trail Temporary Closure (Princess Point to the Fish Way) February 18 to March 23, 2020