Coleman’s Notes: The Status of James Baptist and Why Keeping The Facade is Important to the New Owners

Buying the 98 James Street South property out of bankruptcy was costly on a per-hectare basis; the only reason the heightened cost is a good business case is the new owners inherited the planning approvals and development planning work which the previous owner completed. Source: Coleman’s Notes: The Status of James Baptist and Why Keeping …

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Library Board Votes To Maintain Current Services in 2019 Budget Submission to City Council | The Public Record | Hamilton’s Civic Affairs News Site

The Hamilton Public Library Board voted to send City Council a budget submission which will maintain present library services, despite direction from City Hall to submit a budget with cuts. Interim City Manager Mike Zegarac instructed all City departments, Boards, and Agencies to submit 2019 operating budgets with a maximum increase in spending of 1.5%, …

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