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Dundas' J.L. Grightmire Arena
Jan 20, 2017 | Add Comment | Dundas Star News

Dundas' Grightmire Arena expansion gets site plan review Feb. 8

Craig Campbell

Increased parking demand at expanded arena can be served in surrounding area - Parking study.

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City Hall | Jan 20, 2017
Former Tammy's Place restaurant

Dundas' residential redevelopment of former restaurant still under review

Hamilton Conservation Authority has not submitted comments on development application.

Dundas Star News | by Craig Campbell
News | Jan 20, 2017
Hamilton Public Library Saltfleet Branch Stoney Creek

Hamilton Councillor Donna Skelly questions “relevancy” of libraries during budget discussion

Although the proposed average budget increase has been reduced from 3.7 per cent to 3.2 per cent, but due to reassessment,...

Stoney Creek News | by Kevin Werner
City Hall | Jan 20, 2017
Fisher's Mill Park

Dundas bridge project environmental assessment begins

One option is relocating bridge and realigning King Street through Fisher's Mill Park

Dundas Star News | by Craig Campbell
News | Jan 18, 2017
Protesters at NPCA board meeting

NPCA agrees to seek third-party review of its operations

Under intense pressure from the public and Niagara and Hamilton municipalities, the Niagara Peninsula Conservation...

Stoney Creek News | by Kevin Werner
News | Jan 17, 2017
Hamilton LRT open house at Dr. John Perkins Centre

Bike lanes to be eliminated on York, Dundurn to accommodate LRT, say Hamilton officials

Bike lanes that were installed on Dundurn Street and York Boulevard will probably be eliminated for the light-rail transit...

Dundas Star News | by Kevin Werner
News | Jan 16, 2017
Hamilton LRT open house

Full speed ahead for LRT plans despite Metrolinx questioning spur line, say Hamilton officials

Hamilton’s $1 billion light rail project will continue moving ahead despite indications the province may be scrapping the...

Stoney Creek News | by Kevin Werner
Jan 16, 2017

Horizon Utilities becomes Alectra creating second largest municipally-owned utility in North America

The sun has set on Horizon Utilities.

Stoney Creek News | 3 Comments | by Kevin Werner
Jan 16, 2017

Dundas BIA cutting back event spending — eliminating Cactus Festival contribution

Local businesses still contributing over $24,000 to downtown beautification

Dundas Star News | Add Comment | by Craig Campbell
Jan 15, 2017

Downtown Dundas development working on environmental approval

Former auto service centre to be replaced with three-storey retail-office building

Dundas Star News | Add Comment | by Craig Campbell
Jan 15, 2017

Residential construction accounts for 70 per cent of Hamilton building in 2016

Nearly 9,000 building permits were issued in Hamilton last year.

Hamilton Mountain News | Add Comment | by Gord Bowes
Jan 13, 2017

Total cost of Dundas Parkside project $5.1-million

City-wide taxpayers contribute more than $2.5-million

Dundas Star News | Add Comment | by Craig Campbell
Jan 12, 2017

Hamilton’s light rail transit system could take alternate route to Mountain

Metrolinx and city of Hamilton officials were expected to discuss the future of Hamilton’s $1 billion light rail transit...

Hamilton Mountain News | Add Comment | by Kevin Werner
Jan 12, 2017

Hamilton Mountain Councillor Donna Skelly prepares to derail LRT project

Opponents of Hamilton’s $1 billion light rail train project see a possible way to stop the construction in its tracks.

Hamilton Mountain News | 4 Comments | by Kevin Werner
Jan 11, 2017

Ontario to keep Stoney Creek tender fruit lands in Greenbelt

The Ontario government has rejected the City of Hamilton’s request to remove tender fruit lands from the Greenbelt.

Stoney Creek News | Add Comment | by Kevin Werner
Jan 11, 2017

Innovative Ancaster construction plan addresses challenges

An innovative design and construction method addressing development challenges on Wilson Street in downtown Ancaster will...

Ancaster News | Add Comment | by Craig Campbell
Jan 10, 2017

Fire, ready, aim: Hamilton's 2016 memorable quotes

Whether by choice or accident, Hamilton politicians found interesting ways to express themselves in 2016.

Hamilton Mountain News | 1 Comment | by Richard Leitner

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