Here is my motion going before Planning Committee today (March 22, 2022) amending the encampment enforcement process designed to bring our timetables in line with other municipalities in Ontario. We cannot be the only city with a bylaw enforcement process that results in entrenched encampments
The path to finally realizing a reimagined Jamesville is now underway. Through a myriad of trying circumstances, not the least of which was the pandemic that has impacted us all and more specific to this site, attention to important remediation needs, work has now begun
The Sunset Cultural Garden was always meant to be temporary in its current location on the southwest corner of Bay and Strachan. With assistance from City Community Garden staff and funds in part from our Ward 2 Participatory Budget (where residents devised and voted on
On February 2, 2022 at General Issues Committee I brought forward a Notice of Motion to direct staff to consult with representatives of Six Nations of the Grand River, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations, the Huron-Wendat Nation, and the Joint Stewardship Board representatives,
As the Ward 2 Councillor and President of City Housing Hamilton, I was thrilled to take part this morning with our Federal government partners in announcing another $23.3 million from the Rapid Housing Initiative being invested in Hamilton. This money will fund three projects, bringing
Tuesday February the 8th there is a free webinar taking place to help residents understand stormwater management and at-home initiatives that can help. For more information on the event and to register just click the link! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/down-the-drain-stormwater-management-in-hamilton-tickets-251374928177
With the completion of the rejuvenation of Strachan Street and the introduction of the long planned for multi-modal path linking the city’s cycling infrastructure, neighbourhood residents lost access to the leash free dog run along Strachan. In order to help remedy that situation I have
Now that Council has approved my motion, if you live in the Beasley Neighbourhood we are looking for you to engage with our Beasley Neighbourhood Road Safety Review! Please visit engage.hamilton.ca to have your say in moving the safety of the Beasley community forward!
Several years ago I asked residents of the North End which streets needed upgrading. We have continued to work away at this massive undertaking and the finishing touches are almost done on the rehabilitation of Strachan! This included the long planned for multi-modal path connecting
More progress in the city that tackles housing and homelessness better than most! This motion was moved on September 15th to fund a minimum of 49 to a maximum of 75 new affordable housing units for women and inclusive of trans-feminine, trans-masculine and non-binary adults
The massive makeover for the Central Neighbourhood will begin on May 25. That is why I instructed my office to find alternative parking arrangements for residents of the neighbourhood since we understood that parking would be a priority during this months long reconstruction work. Then
There is no better place to get out and enjoy the sunshine than our waterfront!! Check out this quick update on what’s happening and for the latest information you can always visit http://www.hamiltonwaterfront.com/ on these and other attractions that continue to bring millions of visitors
At Planning Committee I was proud to move this motion. It is an update on Property Standards By-Law Review, specific to beefing up criteria of enforcement for rental conditions. Special thanks to all the stakeholders who engaged, especially ACORN Hamilton.