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Beasley Charter Interview on 820 AM CHAM


Tune into The Forum on 820 AM CHAM tomorrow (Saturday) at 11AM to hear me speak about the Beasley Neighbourhood Charter (repeat on Oldies 1150 AM Sunday at 7AM). Here's the synopsis for the episode:

What’s wrong with the suburbs? Often depicted as lonely and boring, the suburbs are also seen as a retreat from the loud, busy, and dense urban areas. Hamilton’s leaders want our City to be the best place to raise a child; so, where would you choose to live? With Mahesh Butani and Judy Marsales, we’ll consider the future of Hamilton’s suburbs. Then, one urban community is taking charge of its destiny. We’ll discuss the Beasley Neighbourhood’s community charter. But first, the City strikes again: how a garden for cancer couldn’t take root in Hamilton’s soils.

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Congratulations Beasley - We've Come a Long Way!


Congratulations Beasley on a wonderful BBQ and Charter Signing event.  Very many citizens enjoyed the hot dogs, the Hamilton Streel Orchestra, Breakdancers, Skateboarding, the Town Crier and more!  Thank you to David Huggins and his lovely companion from Westfield Heritage Village (http://www.westfieldheritage.com/) for their wonderful performance as Lord and Lady Simcoe.  We would also like to thank:

  • The Rotary Club of Ancaster AM for lending us their tents
  • Tracy Baxter from Goodwill for arranging for the transportation of the tents
  • Carmens for the "Congratulations Beasley" cake
  • Leah Schwenger, Principal of Dr. Davey School for lending us tables and chairs
  • Sayed Tora from the Hamilton Downtown Mosque for lending us tables and a BBQ
  • Hilco de Haan from Streetlight Christian Church for lending us tables
  • Lester Foods for donating hot dogs
  • Canada Bread for donating hot dog buns
  • Brother Terrance from the Good Shepherd for donating drinks and fudgsicles
  • Shelagh Kiely from the Hamilton Council on Aging for running indoor activities
  • The Hamilton Skateboard Assembly
  • The Hamilton Police Service
  • The talented Breakdancers
  • The Recreation Staff
  • Alex Zafer from Image Studios at Gallery 205 for filming and photography
  • all other organizations and volunteers who helped make the day happen

For those of you were not able to make it, here are some videos of the speeches:

Mayor Bob Bratina's speech:

 

Councillor Jason Farr's speech and cake-cutting:

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Are neglected alleyways impeding the city's growth?


The safety and cleanliness of alleyways has been identified as a recurring issue in our neighbourhood. OpenFile Hamilton recently featured a story that asks the question: Are neglected alleyways impeding the city's growth? You may be interested in reading the article here: 

http://hamilton.openfile.ca/hamilton/file/2011/05/are-neglected-alleyways-impeding-citys-growth

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5th Annual Beasley BBQ


Join us for the 5th Annual Beasley Summer BBQ in Beasley Park!
SATURDAY, JUNE 25th, 2011 from 2-5pm!

Free hot dogs and drinks for everyone!

Featuring The Hamilton Youth Steel Drum Orchestra, Magician, hot dogs, cotton candy, arts & crafts, Bingo, Face Painting, Breakdancing and more!

This years BBQ will be extra special because it include a celebration of the new Beasley Charter!

THE SIGNING OF THE OFFICIAL BEASLEY NEIGHBOURHOOD CHARTER
Celebrating this momentous occasion with the Beasley residents and the organizations in our neighbourhood! Featuring speeches by Jason Farr and Bob Bratina.

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Come Out to the 3rd Hamilton Open Streets Event


Leave your car at home and come walk, ride, or roll down James St. North! Join us for this family-friendly event by walking, cycling, rollerblading or skateboarding the whole family over to James St. North from King Street to Guise between the hours of 10am to 5pm.

During this time, the street will be closed to cars and we ask you find an alternate route if you must drive, or park your car and get active! We invite everyone to experience James St North, the downtown, and the waterfront from the middle of the street!

James Street North (York Blvd to Guise)
& GORE PARK!
**Extended street openings
from 10 am – 5 pm
**2 more hours of Open Streets

http://www.openstreetshamilton.ca/

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