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Flamborough is lacking democracy at local level
Thank you for publishing “Vote 2014” in the Flamborough Review of October 9, introducing the candidates in Ward 14 for the upcoming election.
Parent's wish list for school board trustee candidates
When Ward 15 trustee hopeful Nick Lauwers advocates a “solution” by building more smaller schools he demonstrates his inexperience and naiveté.

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Wednesday, October, 15, 2014 - 10:10:23 PM
Parent's wish list for school board trustee candidates "Well written Mr. Powell! I would like to add: Keep in mind that country kids are tired of being on a school bus for longer than one hour (good weather doesn't happen everyday). That is two hours (minimum) of their lives on a bus each day. Standing in"
Comment by scooter
Saturday, October, 04, 2014 - 3:03:01 AM
Traffic calming measures proposed for Sealey Park neighbourhood "Closing, redirecting and impeding traffic is not the answer. This is not fair to the residents of this area or those of Waterdown. They all deserve the rite to travel through their town/neighbourhood as they wish and require. No one should be enti"
Comment by forall
Tuesday, September, 30, 2014 - 2:02:08 PM
Traffic calming measures proposed for Sealey Park neighbourhood "As a resident of the core, I hate all of these ideas. Any such restrictions would stop me from navigating my own neighbourhood efficiently trying to get home from work, or just getting around for errands. It is a trade-off for us to be living in the "
Comment by wasfou
Street should stay open
Even considering closing William Street in Carlisle is an illogical and asinine move.
A cyclist responds
As a retired person who cycles around Waterdown and on local country roads, I often encounter people driving cars, trucks and SUVs who are unwilling to share the road.
Focus on infrastructure to solve traffic woes
Closing, redirecting and impeding traffic is not the answer.
Harper's absence at UN summit emarrassing
Last week as a Canadian, proud is not what I was feeling.
A question for cyclists
As a retired man driving around Waterdown, I see a lot of people in their fancy gear riding around town on their bicycles.
Was Snake Road bridge closure necessary?
I thought it strange that after CPR okayed the bridge for all but truck traffic that Burlington and Hamilton opted to close it.
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Stewardship program transforms Mountsberg property
The Hamilton-Halton Watershed Stewardship Program (HHWSP) is a partnership with landowners to preserve and enhance waterways, wetlands and wildlife habitat within the watersheds of Conservation Halton and the Hamilton Conservation Authority.
Bridge project offers opportunity to address Aldershot traffic
Traffic is a hot topic for many of us living in the Aldershot area, primarily because our rural roads are playing host to a much greater capacity of vehicles than they once did.
Key date in Hamilton history went unmarked
Sadly, Sept. 10 has come and gone with no mention of the 75th anniversary of Canada’s entry into the Second World War.
About those campaign promises...
Before you make grandiose campaign promises...
Weekly barbecue raises $2,400 for Flamborough programs
Flamborough Information and Community Services was honoured to be able to work the weekly Charity BBQ this summer that was sponsored by Turkstra Lumber and various sales reps in the construction industry.
Food truck Mondays a huge success at Waterdown church
Labour Day Monday concluded our first annual running of Food Truck Mondays at St. James United Church. It was a resounding success!
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Waterdown family barbecue a great community event
A big thank you goes out to Marvin and Michelle Creighton. The barbecue they hosted for people of Waterdown was fantastic. The food, entertainment and fireworks were great.
Twice-weekly mail delivery is the solution
This letter was submitted to the attention of the Postmaster General of Canada.
Many recent events are hard to believe
There have been occurrences around us in the past and present that could almost qualify for Ripley’s Believe It Or Not.
Commuters need more options, not more lanes
Letter writer Jay Miller makes a good point that a simple safety switch would have prevented the Burlington Skyway mess. It wouldn’t surprise me if that truck had such a device and it had been disabled.
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