MHBPNA Blog

Welcome to the MHBPNA Blog, run for several years by our committed and long-standing Board Member, Ted Parkinson!  Ted created the original MHBPNA blogspot way back in 2008 and has dutifully kept it current and interesting since then.  This page merely provides a window into Ted's latest musings - for the real meat of the MHBPNA blog, and to see all the posts going back to 2008,  

Who are you going to call?

Congratulations to all those people who, on Monday October 27, won the right to represent us at local and regional levels. And thanks to all the people who worked so hard running for office, attending debates, knocking on doors and putting out their ideas into the community. 

The MHBPNA looks forward to working with everyone in these exciting times of development and engagement.

We have several levels of government so here is a list of who now represents you:

Ward 10 Councillor: Sarah Marsh

Mayor of Kitchener: Barry Vrbanovic

Margaret Avenue Bridge Update (from the city of Kitchener)

KITCHENER – Work to construct the new Margaret Avenue Bridge is set to begin Oct. 27, 2014.  Access to all local businesses will be maintained throughout the construction which is estimated to be complete by July 2015. Alliance Verdi Civil Inc. has been awarded the tender.

AGM on Saturday

Mt. Hope Breithaupt Park Neighbourhood Association
Annual General Meeting
S
aturday October 4th
10:00am-12:00pm
Breithaupt Centre Room 207

AGENDA

Introduction of Current Board
  • MHBPNA Year in Review
  • Reports from Executive
  • Ward 10 Candidates Introductions
  • Constitution Amendments

MHBPNA Fall Programs

Here are a list of the fall programs we are running at the Breithaupt Centre. They can be found on page 89 of the Kitchener Leisure Magazine which is delivered to your home and it is .

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Another Newsletter is being written and published

We are in the process of writing and publishing another neighborhood newsletter. This is all volunteer written and delivered and we usually print about 2500 copies. The city of Kitchener prints them for us as part of their commitment to Neighbourhood Associations. We have more than 5,000 people living in the MHBP neighbourhood but we can only print what we can deliver.