Council’s Public Works Committee agenda doesn’t include the latest two problems in the beleaguered department – the revelation that sidewalk inspections were cancelled for an entire year because of “computer problems” and a new employee culture survey that finds Hamilton in the bottom percentile in numerous measurements.
Councillors will discuss business planning for the City’s two municipally owned golf courses, supporting private installations of rooftop solar panels, HSR bus traffic on Redfern Avenue, and improving fencing along Mountain Brow Boulevard. The Friends of Gage Park will speak on the Youth Council proposed Bike Pump Track which is Council approved and funded.
On the rubber stamp agenda, Councillors will approve a road closure permit for a gigantic street water slide which will use the Princess Point hill on Saturday, August 29, and Councillors will approve allowing Supercrawl to extend into Gore Park with a road closure of King from John to MacNab and James from King to Main for the major festival event on the weekend of September 11 to 13.
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