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Mayor Sendzik delivers optimistic state of the city address

Mayor Sendzik delivers optimistic state of the city address

Feb. 13, 2019 Mayor Sendzik delivers optimistic state of the city address Compassion, optimism and momentum are the defining words for St. Catharines according to Mayor Walter Sendzik’s state of the city address. The Mayor delivered his annual speech to an audience of more than 500 business and community leaders this afternoon at Club Roma. […]

Walter Sendzik: 2019 is about reaching out and building up

Walter Sendzik: 2019 is about reaching out and building up

St. Catharines mayor looks ahead to first year of new council term by Luke Edwards  Niagara This Week – St. Catharines As St. Catharines grows and welcomes new residents, its mayor says the city must also continue looking after its own. Fresh off a successful run for a second term as mayor, Walter Sendzik is looking […]

St. Catharines, Ont., builds bridges to commercial development

St. Catharines, Ont., builds bridges to commercial development

ADAM BISBY – ST. CATHARINES, ONT. SPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL Decades after Teenage Head played its last punk-rock show there, 201 St. Paul St. will soon be vacant no more. The corner lot on downtown St. Catharines’s main thoroughfare still sits empty, as it has done since the 1996 demolition of the infamously […]

City Council approves 2019 capital budget

City Council approves 2019 capital budget

More than $31 million will be invested in the City’s infrastructure following City Council’s approval of the 2019 Capital Budget.  St. Catharines City Council passed the $31.3 million capital budget at its Jan. 28 meeting. The capital budget funds improvements and upgrades to important infrastructure assets in neighbourhoods across the City, such as roads, bridges, […]

Weekend update – featuring Mayor Walter Sendzik

Weekend update – featuring Mayor Walter Sendzik

It’s been a busy week with City Council meeting on Monday Regional Council last night, where we approved funding for safety barriers and mental health support. Thank you to Niagara United for speaking powerfully about the importance of taking action on this issue. You are doing important work to advocate for mental health and addictions […]

Steelcon announces $40 million manufacturing facility for St. Catharines

Steelcon announces $40 million manufacturing facility for St. Catharines

Steelcon Fabrication Inc. has announced a new $40 million manufacturing facility will open in St. Catharines to produce its leading SIN-beam product for the North American market. A family-owned company based in Brampton, Steelcon uses advanced technologies to produce construction beams that are lighter, use less steel, and have less of an impact on the […]

Mayor has priority list for next four years

Mayor has priority list for next four years

October 30, 2018 –  by Karena Walter  The St. Catharines Standard There isn’t a lot of time for St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik to bask in his overwhelming re-election win. The current city council has more work to finish in November and new councillors will be inaugurated the first week of December, when they’ll hit the ground […]

Council approves redevelopment of iconic Lincoln Fabrics in Port Dalhousie

Council approves redevelopment of iconic Lincoln Fabrics in Port Dalhousie

Council approves redevelopment of iconic Lincoln Fabrics in Port Dalhousie Aug. 28, 2018 Last night City Council approved a new development for Port Dalhousie: the redevelopment of the iconic Lincoln Fabrics building. The plans will see this heritage building converted into apartments with ground floor commercial space, patios, enhance the public space along the waterfront and […]

Council Highlights – August 2018

Council Highlights – August 2018

Council Highlights – August 2018 Aug. 15, 2018 City Council had a productive meeting this week. Here are some of the highlights of the discussion and decisions: Council approved a new development for Woodburn and Herrick Ave. neighbourhood for new housing – including apartments and townhouses. Council received information about more upcoming developments: 201 St. […]