Hamilton City Council for October 26, 2016

Hamilton City Council meets to ratify their committee work of the past two weeks. Among the items on the agenda – surveying public opinion on waste collection, and more.
Live at 5:00pm

SPECIAL Hamilton City Council GIC Meeting on Light Rail Transit for October 25, 2016

Hamilton City Council is holding a special Council GIC meeting to discuss the Light Rail Transit B-Line construction.
There are 25 registered delegations today. Officially, there is a “reaffirmation” motion on the agenda, however, due to Council turning the LRT into a fiasco, it’s unclear what will happen with the motion, what other motions will be placed on the table, or even what the meaningful purpose of this meeting is.
Live video starts at 10:30am

Hamilton City Council for October 12, 2016

Hamilton City Council meets to ratify their standing committee work of the past two weeks including their latest culture change plan, performance management at City Hall, Expanding SoBi service area, new zoning in Wards 1 to 4, elevator maintenance bylaw amendments, creation of an affordable housing site selection task force, and more.
Following this, the agenda has a walk-on item saying Council will debate LRT motions in closed session under the “solicitor-client privilege” to the open meeting requirement of the Municipal Act.
Live video starts at 5:00pm

Hamilton City Council GIC for September 7, 2016

Hamilton City Council meets to discuss the relocation of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, creating a Hamilton Walk of Fame, a closure of the McQuesten High-Level bridge for a fundraising dinner, WiFi at Gage Park, and a delegation from the Beasley Neighbourhood advocating for the John/Rebecca Park.
Live video starts at 9:30am

Hamilton City Council GIC for August 8, 2016

Council’s only full GIC meeting for the month of August is jammed packed: LRT preliminary traffic modelling, Accessible Transit Services Review Update, renaming Hamilton Place, Postal Banking, status of Employment Lands, forming a Land Development Task Force, selling Charlton Hall, Canada 150, WiFi in Gage Park, and a scathing report from the Ontario Ombudsman about an secret illegal meeting of the Election Compliance Audit Committee.
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