The link below will take you to our first Durander newsletter put together by David Levy, Director of Communications for the Durand Neighbourhood Association. It looks great, so sit back, read and enjoy!
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Happy Spring, Duranders!
The Spring 2017 issue of the Durander newsletter is now published. Enjoy the news and updates — as usual, we have a lot on the go here in our busy neighbourhood.
In this issue:
- Heritage Updates
- President’s Remarks
- Woman of Distinction
- Crime Stats
- and more!
Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all. The latest news and updates are available in the new edition of the Durander. Thank you for staying engaged in neighbourhood issues and cheers to a happy 2017.
Click here to read the latest issue.
The 2016 Spring Newsletter is here (hopefully spring will come with it!?)
In this edition: Durand Coffee, Alleyways Cleanup, Grand Durand Garden Tour, Built Heritage Inventory Update, Pollinator’s Paradise, Go Bus to Pearson Airport, Crime Update, Heritage Update, Refugee Sponsorship, Tenant Organizing Conference, Blue Boxes and Yard Maintenance Bylaw, Street Improvements and Durand Park
100 in 1 Day Workshop – May 4th at 7pm
100 in 1 Day is a festival of global citizen action and Hamilton is participating for the second year in a row. Last year we had 250 citizens plan 120 “urban interventions” which helped make their city a better place!
If you would like to register your own urban intervention you can do so at https://hamilton.100in1day.ca/#submit. If you want to develop your idea, or you are interested in helping the Durand map all the important assets in our community, please attend the session on May 4th. More details to come!
The Durander Winter Newsletter is here!
Check out this issue’s informative articles:
- Annual General Meeting
- President’s Remarks
- City Square and the Third Tower
- Durand Park Revitalization Update
- Queen Street Audit Update
- Fewer commuters in Durand thanks to Queen Hill Closure
- James Street Baptist
- Movie Night in the Park
- Property Standards & Rental Housing
- Grand Durand Garden Tour
- Councillor’s Remarks
- Winter Crime Manager’s Report
- Graham Crawford Wins the ACO Media Award
- St Mark’s Open House
- Congratulations to our Trillium Award Winners!
- Junior League House Tour
The Gore Buildings are Designated
In a surprising turn of events, spurred by motion brought to Council by Jason Farr, City Council voted unanimously to designate 18-22 King Street East and protect the buildings from demolition. Read the details on the motion on Raisethehammer.
Durand Park Ice Rink
If anyone is interested in helping out with developing and/or maintaining this year’s rink please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bike Share in Durand
City Council approved the Hamilton public bike share program on Wednesday. The bike share service area map was just released and the Durand is within the core service area. A description of the map, the overall program and the Social Bicycles System that will be used to provide the bike share service can be found in a Raisethehammer summary.
Council Farr’s Newsletter
For the latest Ward 2 Newsletter click here