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Congratulations to Maureen Wilson!

Congratulations to Ward 1 Councillor-elect Maureen Wilson, on her victory in the Oct. 22 election!  I feel honoured and humbled to know that the West Hamilton council seat will pass to such a worthy leader.  Councillor-elect Wilson and her team brought deep energy and thoughtfulness to the campaign.


Thank you to all of our hard-working Ward 1 candidates: Jason Allen, Sharon Anderson, Sharon Cole, Ela Eroglu, Jordan Geertsma, Sophie Geffros, Carol Lazich, Lyla Miklos, Richard Massie, Linda Narducci, Syed Bakht and Harrison White.

It takes a lot of courage and passion to put one's name forward on the ballot, and to follow through with an energetic campaign.  Our Ward 1 candidates did this.  To all: Our community owes you a true debt of gratitude.  

Finally, thank you to everyone who voted, took a lawn sign, or otherwise campaigned in our municipal election process!  You make West Hamilton the beautiful, democratic neighbourhood that it is.

I will miss serving you and serving with you, more than I can say.




2018 Participatory Budget Ideas Receive Funding!


We are excited to announce that Aidan's Motion for the 2018 Ward 1 Area Rating Expenditure passed at the General Issues Committee and was ratified by Council! City staff now has a defined budget and direction to start planning the infrastructure projects voted on in the last Participatory Budgeting (PB) Process.

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The 2018 Participatory Budget Results are in!

Westdale_2.jpgOn behalf of the Ward 1 Participatory Budgeting Advisory Committee (PBAC) I am pleased to announce the results of the 2018 forWard One process.  The following outlines a summary of participation, as well as the project results for this year’s process!

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It's Time to Vote!

Update: Voting is now closed.  Thank you to everyone who voted in the 2018 Participatory Budget Process.  Results will be announced in Aidan's e-newsletter (sign up below) and on the Participatory Budget Advisory Committee (PBAC) website.


Vote now! There is $1 million dollars available to fund top projects! Click the image below to be taken to the online voting website.

Don't want to vote online?  No problem, all homes in Ward 1 will be receiving a paper ballot in the mail.  Simply fill it out and drop it off at one of the 7 voting locations listed below (additional ballots will also be available at these locations).  Click here to view the 2018 Voting Booklet.

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