City Of Hamilton To Host Town Hall Meeting

February 21, 2013

The City of Hamilton Council today announced they will host a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2013.

Mayor of Hamilton, Graeme Outerbridge stated, “The City of Hamilton Council will host a town hall meeting on Tuesday, February 26 starting at 6:00pm at Emmanuel Baptist Church hall located on the corner of Court and Dundonald Streets.

“The objective of the meeting will be to provide attendees with an update on the projects and activities that have been taking place in the City over the last nine months. We look forward to hearing from residents and business owners of the city. We would like to know what has worked and what attendees would like to see more of.”

Mayor Outerbridge concluded, “The meeting will be interactive with plenty of opportunities for the public to ask questions and to give suggestions.

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  1. skeptic says:

    Why don’t they have the town hall meeting in the town hall??

  2. Y-Gurl says:

    Maybe they will explain the oversized sidewalks and why after months of work they dug up outside the post office and it looks like they are getting ready to dig it up again……no engineers and no planning

  3. here's a thought.... says:

    how about the moronic move to prevent parking outside the supermart during prime grocery shopping hours, ostensibly to create an emergency vehicle lane which immediately bottle-necks 10 feet past the supermart – so clearly the real reason is to try to force people to use the dreadful city-owned parking lot across the street, where there aren’t enough spots. who’s genius idea was this??? idiots.

    • Y-Gurl says:

      it was the “engineers” that work for the C of H, that space does allow for double yellow line parking for at least 2 police cars all day every day, maybe that was the plan

  4. 32n64w says:

    Will they being announcing that all Council members have now signed on to the Code of Conduct??

    If not, this is just a dog and pony show intended to distract from the serious internal issues relating to the pending white collar strike.

    PLP – ignoring best practice and transparency since 1998.