The full formal planning application for the redevelopment of 98 James Street South, the former James Street Baptist Church, is presently in the public comments phase following the submission of the full application from Stanton Renaissance to the City of Hamilton.
We need to start discussing what we plan to do with heritage churches that no longer have the congregations to support the buildings that, as Paul Wilson put it so well. “we all enjoy driving past”.
City staff, concerned about the potential of higher parking rates in the downtown core, are asking Council to keep a large piece of prime downtown real estate as a municipal parking lot – with complete exception from property taxes for the owners of the property the City is leasing.
Demolition work is underway at 3 1 St. James Place, a property in the Durand Neighbourhood near St. Joseph’s Hospital – an area with a parking shortage. The work being done is a limited demolition permit for the current car garage and the back porch – it is not for a parking lot and a […]
Integrity Commissioner Earl Basse finally submitted his late report on the April 24, 2012 incident during which Mayor Bob Bratina made heated comments to City Manager Chris Murray.
A letter from Hamilton Farmers’ Market manager Donna Lee Macdonald to merchants yesterday confirmed the City believes money was siphoned from vendors.