Love your pet, but please remember to pick up after them.

This article details information about responsible pet ownership and a reminder to residents to pick up after one’s pet.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

With many of us being around the house more, we know that Max, Yogi, or Molly may be getting a little more love, affection, and attention as we all deal with the new realities of being at home.

Although our dogs may love the extra time together, it’s important to remember that some neighbours don’t enjoy stepping on Max’s leftovers in the park, something we’ve been hearing about at the Ward 8 office.

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March 23: HSR asking customers to travel only if absolutely necessary and other updates from the City of Hamilton

The following article contains multiple department updates as of March 23, 2020 from the City of Hamilton concerning HSR essential service, waste collection, parking services, vulnerable citizens and playground closures.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

The City of Hamilton provided multiple updates today regarding HSR service, waste services, playground closures, supports for vulnerable citizens, and parking updates as it works towards putting more safety measures in place due to the spread of COVID-19 in Hamilton.

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March 19: Hamilton Police Warn Public About Scammers

The Hamilton Police are warning the public about COVID-19 related scams. This post, from March 19, contains the latest information from the Government of Canada’s Anti-Fraud Centre.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis it is unfortunate that there are some who are using this time of uncertainty to scam others. Hamilton Police notified the public via social media that they are receiving reports that it is happening locally.

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Extension Approved of Dedicated Mohawk College Parking Enforcement

Parking pressures have long affected residential streets around Mohawk College, with visitors and students utilizing on-street parking rather than pay for parking at the college. Today’s planning committee motion will bring continued relief and enforcement to area residents.

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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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New Ward 8 Mountain Crime Manager

Hellow Ward 8 Neighbours,

After many years of service to Hamilton mountain residents, Sgt. Knapp will be leaving the Crime Manager‘s office to pursue new opportunities.

Although we are saddened to lose Sgt. Knapp, we are excited to welcome Cst. Woodard to the Ward 8 community here on Hamilton Mountain.

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Police ID victim in “targeted” West Mountain Shooting

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

Police have recently updated the public following the death of a 39-year-old West 4th street resident.

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Protests Intolerance and Hate At Mohawk College Event

Hello, Ward 8 Neighbours!

On Sunday, September 29th a contentious political speaking event was held at the Mohawk College McIntyre Performing Arts Centre.

Event attendees were met by a large group of approximately 100 protesters as they entered the building. Hamilton Police and Mohawk College Security Services were onsite to ensure community safety and well-being for protesters and attendees.

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