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By-laws are the official rules that define how the City is governed
To adopt an updated Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Support Community Improvement Plan, in accordance with the Planning Act, to facilitate community improvement within both the urban and rural areas to promote Hamilton’s adaptation to climate change and protection of the health of Hamilton’s citizens through various municipal initiatives.
To adopt a Community Improvement Plan for the Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Support Community Improvement Project Area, in accordance with the said Act, for the purposes of the community improvement.
Repealed by By-law No. 20-172 August 21, 2020
By-law No. 20-172 to adopt Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Support Community Improvement Plan, in accordance with the Planning Act, to facilitate community improvement in the urban and rural area