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About Terry

Terry Whitehead is the City Councillor for the West Hamilton Mountain Ward 8. He has represented the residents of Ward 8 since 2003

Rental Arrangements with United Boxing Promotions

Rental Arrangement with United Boxing Promotions a) That Council directs staff to negotiate an appropriate rental arrangement with United Boxing Promotions to allow a night of professional boxing, sanctioned under the authority of the Ontario Athletic Commission, to take place at the Dave Anderchuck Mountain Arena; and b) That staff be directed to review the [...]

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Impacts of a Change Transportation Management Plan Recmommended Policy in 2007

IMPACTS OF A CHANGE IN THE 2007 TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT PLAN RECOMMENDED POLICY WHEREAS it has been identified in the 2007 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) that the appropriate Level of Service (LOS) for the arterial road network to operate is at a LOS D or better; and WHEREAS there are a number of requests/complaints that are [...]

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Moratorium Roadway Alterations

MORATORIUM ON ANY NEW PROJECTS, ROADWAY ALTERATIONS OR DESIGNS THAT REDUCE MOTOR VEHICULAR CAPACITY ON ANY ROADWAY WITHIN THE LRT CORRIDOR WHEREAS the City is currently reviewing the existing road network and road use priorities via a Transportation Master Plan Update; WHEREAS City Council has already directed staff to convert specific roadways from one-way to [...]

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Provide Go Bus Service on the Mountain

FEASIBILITY STUDY TO PROVIDE A GO BUS SERVICE ON THE MOUNTAIN WHEREAS, the 403 is becoming chronically congested especially at peak hours through the Hamilton corridor, and WHEREAS, the Lincoln Alexander Parkway has been impacted causing significant congestion at peak hours. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That the City requests the Province of Ontario to embark [...]

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Municipal Campaign Contribution From Corporations and Trade Unions

MUNICIPAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS FROM CORPORATIONS AND TRADE UNIONS That the Governance Review Sub-committee request that the Provincial government make the required amendments to the Municipal Elections Act, 2006 and the Taxation Act, 2007 to: (a) prohibit municipal campaign contributions from corporations and trade unions; and (b) replace the current municipal campaign contribution rebate by extending [...]

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Resignation From Councillor A. Johnson

RESIGNATION FROM THE EMERGENCY & COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE WHEREAS due to time constraints, Councillor A. Johnson is submitting his resignation from the Emergency & Community Services Committee, effective immediately.   THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That Councillor A. Johnson’s resignation from the Emergency and Community Services Committee, be received

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Future development of psychiatric lands

WHEREAS Infrastructure Ontario has initiated the disposition process for a portion of its lands known locally as the former Hamilton Psychiatric Hospital at 100 West 5th Street;   THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:   That staff report back to the Planning Committee on the feasibility, process and budget for a neighbourhood planning initiative that would define [...]

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Motion- Rental Housing licensing

  WHEREAS, in 2010 City Council approved a proactive by-law enforcement program to assess the need to license renting housing in Hamilton; and   WHEREAS, staff reported, in report PED10049(m) that the enforcement pilot “continues to reveal deficiencies and sub-standard living conditions in many rental units, as well as an over intensification of rentals in [...]

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Contact Info

71 Main St West

Phone: (905)546-2712

Fax: (905)546-2535

Web: TerryWhitehead.ca