Mayor Bonnette's Monthly Column
Mayor's Column January 20182018-02-02 11:46:002018-02-02 11:46:00Mayor Rick Bonnette's Monthly Column
Welcome to the Town of Halton Hills’ new website! Improved navigation and a simplified menu will make finding the information you need, quick and easy.
I encourage you to review the site and share your thoughts.
Happy New Year and welcome to 2018!
I would like to express on behalf of Council my sincerest congratulations to The Tanner as it celebrates its 20th anniversary of covering every day news and events that mean a lot to Acton and area residents. The Tanner is another reason why Halton Hills is small town living at its best!
Join me on Saturday February 24 for a free family skate from 2:30 -3:50 at the Acton Arena, Townsley Rink, see you there!
On Sunday February 25th, 2018, please join me at our new venue Champs Family Entertainment Centre in Milton for my annual Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl for Kids’ Sake Challenge! The action starts at 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm (registration @ 12:30 pm). Together, let’s STRIKE IT BIG for our kids in Halton Hills! Visit halton.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/event/bowl-kids-sake/ for further information.
Congratulations to Jordan Stott who was named to the Canadian Lifesaving Team Canada after an outstanding performance at the Canadian Pool Lifesaving Championships in June 2017. Halton Hills is proud of your accomplishment!
Congratulations to Halton Crime Stoppers on their 30th anniversary. The valuable work performed by this organization supports all of our efforts to keep the Town of Halton Hills a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family.
This year Crime Stoppers message of “SEE Something? HEAR Something? KNOW Something? CONTACT Crime Stoppers.” is particularly relevant to our community which prides itself on a high quality of life supported by engaged and aware residents.
Throughout the years, callers to Halton Crime Stoppers have provided tips anonymously that have led to the solving of homicides, break-ins, assaults, sexual attacks, animal abuse and robberies in Halton Region.
There are three ways to submit anonymous tips:
Phone: 1-800-288-TIPS (8477) – calls are not displayed, traced or tracked
Text: CRIMES (274637) your text is encrypted to protect your identity
You could be rewarded up to $2,000 if your tip leads to an arrest.
Congratulations to Halton Women’s Place on 40 years of providing the necessary programs and services including the crisis line and outreach programs along with shelter for women and families in our community. We are so proud to work together in ending violence against women.
Keeping it real! I can be reached by telephone at 905-873-2601, ext. 2342 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or read my blog at www.rickbonnette.blogspot.com. You can also follow me on twitter at: @RickBonnette1
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