About the Blog

Welcome to my Blog

This is a forum for open dialogue and communication with the people of Burlington.

I look forward to engaging with you through this blog and other forums to generate discussion on issues, to share information and to open positive, constructive dialogue about the City of Burlington.

A few things about my blog:
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  • I am committed to posting regular, timely content for discussion but if you have an immediate concern or emergency, please call the proper authorities or City Hall at 905-335-7600 or Information Halton at 311.
  • I am the primary author of the blog, but my staff will help moderate and update information.

I ask you to use ‘netiquette’ and respectful language so that we may have an open and respectful conversation about the questions and issues facing the City of Burlington

Recent Posts

Mayor Goldring requests input on Burlington waterfront redevelopment

Next week, the City of Burlington is starting a study that affects the future of our waterfront and I am asking everyone in Burlington to get involved.

The Brant and Lakeshore planning study commences on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. It will consider what should be located on the property at the foot of Brant Street that is currently home to the Waterfront Hotel.

The owner of the property ­­– Burlington 2020 Lakeshore Inc. — is interested in redeveloping the site. As such, the City’s Official Plan, which is the guiding planning document for Burlington, requires the City to complete a master plan for this area.

This master plan is critically important, as this site is prime waterfront land surpassing anything found in the Greater Toronto Hamilton Area in natural beauty and access.

As Mayor, I am very concerned about the impact any redevelopment could have on our waterfront. Continue reading

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