Caledon Community Collaborative to host first community webinar February 25

This article, from February 23, has details about an upcoming webinar hosted by Caledon Community Collaborative regarding the lands at 60 Caledon Ave.

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The Caledon Community Collaborative, the collaboration between Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes and Victoria Park Community Homes, are holding their first webinar about the 60 Caledon Ave. lands on February 25th at noon.

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Hamilton City Council Approves 2021 Tax Supported Capital Budget

This article, from December 21, has information about the 2021 Capital Budget.

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City Council has approved the 2021 Tax Supported Capital Budget. Council’s approval supports an overall 2021 capital budget of $484.4M. The increase in capital funding from property taxes equates to an increase in the operating budget of 0.4 per cent or $3.6M, an increase of $13 per year on an average household.

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Former Mountain Secondary School to Become Mixed-Income Housing

This article contains details about the sale of 60 Caledon Ave., which will become affordable mixed income housing.

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60 Caledon Avenue, the former home of Mountain Secondary School, will soon become the site of a new mixed income housing community after the City closed a real estate transaction with Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes and Victoria Park Community Homes, who have come together to form a limited partnership called Caledon Community Collaborative for this project.

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Coalition aiming to build 3,000 affordable housing units

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An important story that has fallen under the radar in late summer is the news of a coalition of Hamilton non-profit housing providers has received the support of city councillors in its mission to build 3,000 affordable units in the city over the next three years.

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