Electric vehicle charging stations to be installed at City lots

This article contains information about the addition of electric charging stations across the City, with details provided via the Hamilton Community News dated March 23, 2020.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

The City of Hamilton has committed to installing 20 new electric charging stations around the City, including a station planned for Ward 8, at city-run municipal lots.

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COVID-19: Conservation Updates

The Hamilton Conservation Authority has committed to keeping all recreation areas accessible to the public for passive recreation such as hiking and bird watching. This article has the full statement from the HCA as of March 17th, 2020.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

If you are practicing social distancing during the novel coronavirus outbreak (and you absolutely should be), it is still important to get outside for some fresh air, exercise and to re-connect with the amazing beautiful natural spaces we have in the City of Hamilton.

The Hamilton Conservation Authority advises that although their offices and services are closed, all conservation areas will remain accessible for passive recreation.

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Speaking Volumes – Chedoke Creek Spill – Ward 8 Info Night

TOMORROW Thursday March 12th – DOORS OPEN AT 6:00pm. Ward 8 Councillor John-Paul Danko will be hosting an event called Speaking Volumes – The Chedoke Creek Spill from 6:30 to 8:30pm at Terryberry Library (100 Mohawk Road West in the basement meeting room).

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City’s Largest Infrastructure Project Happening at Woodward Avenue Water Treatment Plant

With our office hosting the upcoming Speaking Volumes – The Chedoke Creek Spill event taking place soon on March 11, we thought it would be worthwhile to dig a little deeper into the largest single capital infrastructure investment in the City of Hamilton’s history.

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Clean & Green Neighbourhood Grant Program

Are you a part of a Neighbourhood Association looking to do something positive for your community’s environment? Looking to fund a community initiative? Thanks to the Keep Hamilton Clean & Green Committee, now is your chance!

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

Are you a part of a Neighbourhood Association looking to do something positive for your community’s environment? Looking to fund a community initiative? Thanks to the Keep Hamilton Clean & Green Committee, now is your chance!

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Community Members Needed for Truck Advisory Group

The City’s Transportation Planning team is searching for two community members from Wards 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 14 to represent their neighbours at the Truck Advisory Focus Group, a part of the Truck Route Master Plan Study Update.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

The City’s Transportation Planning team is searching for two community members from Wards 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 14 to represent their neighbours at the Truck Advisory Focus Group, a part of the Truck Route Master Plan Study Update.

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City Amends Idling By-Law

Last week, Hamilton City Council continued its commitment to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by approving amendments to the City Idling Control By-Law to regulate the idling of vehicles.

Last week, Hamilton City Council continued its commitment to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by approving amendments to the City Idling Control By-Law to regulate the idling of vehicles.

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Chedoke Creek Spill Update

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

As you are aware, an undetected flow of combined stormwater and sewage was spilled into Chedoke Creek due to a partially open overflow gate at the King Street West Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Tank from January 28, 2014 to July 18, 2018.

The following was originally published on January 14, 2020. Updates to the original post have been added.

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Hamilton Transportation Task Force Update

Minister of Transportation Caroline Mulroney recently announced the naming of the Hamilton Transportation Task Force.

The Task Force will provide recommendations to the government on how the $1 billion dollars originally slated for LRT development will be used after the cancellation of the project by Minister Mulroney.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

Minister of Transportation Caroline Mulroney recently announced the naming of the Hamilton Transportation Task Force.

The Task Force will provide recommendations to the government on how the $1 billion dollars originally slated for LRT development will be used after the cancellation of the project by Minister Mulroney.

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