Enjoy complimentary parking on the street, and in all Municipal lots, in downtown Burlington starting November 30th (Shop the Neighbourhood Day) and continuing everyday for the entire month of December!
Burlington and Halton Councils will vote in fall 2013 on acquiring the private homes on the Burlington Beach. The community has existed here for more than a 100 years. Some residents have lived their whole lives here; many have raised their children here. Residents have an emotional connection to the community they love. They don’t want to leave.
Sign the petition: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/164/175/741/let-us-stay/
Fill out the survey: http://burlingtonwaterfront.org
City Hall does a good job of asking residents what they think. Where there’s room for improvement is incorporating that feedback into final decisions.
The pier is over-budget and more than two years behind schedule. We need solutions not inaction or lawsuits.
City Hall is increasing taxes at 3 times the rate of inflation to pay for nice-to-have capital projects like the pier. City Hall needs to limit spending: and ideas on how we could rein it in.
City Hall is approving out of scale downtown development to meet urban intensification targets; but more importantly because they need developer revenue. We must balance developer interests with the community’s interests.
Burlington’s downtown businesses and residents are paying the price for City Hall’s inadequate plan to address the parking shortage.
The pier in Burlington’s downtown waterfront has been plagued by delays and cost overruns. The City says the contractor is at fault – but do we know the whole story?