I held a media conference regarding the recent transit announcement for Hamilton. Please see the following links for Media Release and Backgrounder/Fact Sheet.
Once again, Joey Coleman insists on misinforming and bending the narrative of Council’s reactions to some of his reporting. Joey reports on many areas of municipal government, one of which includes the attendance and lateness of Councillor’s to committee meetings. This is a public service that I have never taken any issue with. Nevertheless, Joey [...]
Dear Minister Steven Del Duca, On May 25th, 2016 I requested a meeting with the Premier to discuss the growing discourse in the Hamilton community regarding LRT. I certainly appreciate the government’s commitment towards implementing rapid transit in the City of Hamilton and the commitment to improving transit for all. I also want to [...]
JOIN US! On Saturday July 23rd starting at 3pm I am hosting a free event at Buchanan Park. There will be food and drinks for sale by local food vendors. Myself, along with other city staff will be providing water, face painting, bouncy castles, free giveaways and more! For more information please call my assistant Kristin [...]
Response to article: Cyclists vs drivers: who pays their fair share? The Spec recently published an article by Matt Pinder titled “Cyclists vs drivers: Who pays their fair share?” where he finishes off his column with a question, “when will we as a city choose to stop subsidizing driving?” I feel compelled to set [...]
The city of Hamilton is giving away FREE compost and wood chips for your lawns, gardens and plants! Find a pick up location near you and come prepared with something to take your compost home in. Happy gardening! For more information about compost, waste and recycling at the City of Hamilton follow this link: https://www.hamilton.ca/garbage-recycling/green-bins-composting [...]
The Healthy Kids Community Challenge is part of a provincial initiative by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care aimed at improving the health of children 0-12 years of age and is specifically targeting childrens living in wards 6,7 & 8. The City of Hamilton has been fortunate to receive $1.2 million over the [...]
Click the link below to find out about how your tax dollars are spent and to take a look at the 2016 Budget. http://www.hamilton.ca/budget-finance/2016-budgets/about-2016-budget
I have moved this motion at the November 2nd, 2015 Public Works Committee meeting: That staff be directed to install an all-way stop control at the intersection of Kittyhawk Drive and Upper Paradise Street. With the support from my council colleagues this 3 way stop can be installed at this location.