As you are aware, the Mount Hope Breithaupt Park Neighbourhood Association (MHBPNA) created a Development Committee a couple of years ago to track and monitor all development happening in the neighbourhood and to give feedback to the City on behalf of our neighbourhood on some of the most significant planning changes impacting the residents of … More Volunteers needed for our neighbourhood Development Committee
A new chapter in the decades long saga for 152 Shanley and the midtown Mount Hope neighbourhood. A quick recap: The building was purchased by a numbered company in February 1998 for $1 It languished for 20 years from neglect by the owners who didn’t pay taxes, ‘sometimes’ carried out City issued orders for small … More Demolition begins on Electrohome building
Climate change has people thinking deeply about the impacts of a changing environment and what it will mean on a small and large scale in the near and not-to-distant future. More and more, neighbours, neighbourhoods, communities and cities are making changes to limit and reduce the effects of climate change. You might even have your … More What’s your climate action for 2020?
Approximately 50 people attended the Transit Hub meeting at Kitchener Council Chambers on Thursday November 28. Staff from Metrolinx, Region of Waterloo and City of Kitchener gave a brief presentation (also linked above), which set the stage for a Question & Answer session with residents. It’s always difficult to interpret the information on a slide … More Follow up notes & action from Transit Hub meeting
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Guest post from Michelle Buckner Christmas is going to be here before we know it so I am connecting ahead of time about our annual Christmas stocking event. Family, friends, kids and neighbours all welcome! Please share! Our event will be at the WALES portable ( behind the…