The Hintonburg and Wellington Village Community Associations met with Minister McKenna and Councillor Leiper today regarding green space.
Please find below a video and letter presented to the Community and Protective Services Committee of City Council today requesting a Vacancy tax and stricter by-laws to deal with the issue of properties left vacant for speculative development reasons.
As reported recently, discarded needles have been found along our eastern boundary; not in any great numbers but a sure sign that things are not well with some folks. Instructions follow on what to do if you find used drug paraphernalia.
Used syringes continue to be found around the eastern end of Hintonburg and more so in the approaches to our neighbourhood from Dalhousie Ward.
Hello Hintonburg residents, We have a number of little news pieces that may be of interest to you. Read on! 1. Rosemount Library: Temporary location closing & renewed branch partial re-opening! The first floor of Rosemount Library will be re-opening on December 3rd for pickups and returns. In anticipation, the temporary location will be closing […]