HAMILTON, ON – Mayor Fred Eisenberger, joined by the Cotton Factory's Robert Zeidler and members of the Ukrainian, Latvian, Polish, Estonian and Lithuanian communities, together launched a photo exhibit called United for Ukraine: Images of War 2014-2022.
This deeply moving and harrowing exhibit, located on the second-floor lobby of City Hall, is made up of over 30 images captured by 13 Ukrainian and Estonian photographers. It was curated by Kateryna Radchenko from Ukraine and Estonia's Okapi Gallery.
HAMILTON, ON – In honour and remembrance of Christopher Cutler, a dear friend and Community Relations Advisor to Mayor Fred Eisenberger, the flags at Hamilton City Hall and Flamborough Service Centre will be lowered to half-staff today, Thursday, February 10, and returned to full staff on Monday, February 14, 2022.
A celebration of life will take place later this spring.
HAMILTON, ON - The temporary hoarding installed at the rear entrance of City Hall was put in place following occupational health and safety, property maintenance and fire code concerns. Those concerns also included several incidents of violence and drug use taking place at the entrance to the workplace.
After receiving a number of questions and concerns from members of the public and media regarding the safety of the installation and requirement for a building permit, staff conducted a review of the processes that were followed.