dreschel: councillor says put a ‘for sale’ on hamiltondreschel: councillor says put a ‘for sale’ on hamiltondreschel: councillor says put a ‘for sale’ on hamilton

by:YEROO     2019-10-31
Tim Holden kennesworth hotel.
Sea fresh community pool.
Maple Leaf Food Driving Park in Dundas. Don’t laugh.
If MP Sam Merulla had his way, almost every piece of the city --
The property owned will soon be put on the advertising and naming rights sales section.
Unless it has been named a tribute to someone, Merulla wants everything from the park to the arena, from the road to the library, to be considered a fair game of company logos and signage.
\"It\'s probably Pepsi Cut.
\"There is Coke on the Cola ley Cut,\" Merulla said . \".
\"As an extreme example, we can keep the historical name, but also include the company entity.
Merulla presented the idea at a recent committee meeting.
He intends to file a formal motion at the next general committee meeting.
The goal is to generate income to cope with growing fiscal pressures and reduce the tax burden on residents.
Hamilton has allowed commercial advertising on some city properties to offset the cost of projects and services.
Advertising in arenas and billboards, bus shelters, parking lots and roads generates about $866,000 a year.
But Merulla wants to step up and take a more aggressive approach.
He imagines the floral Enterprise logo that blooms on link and Red Valley Park Avenue, just like the Gardner highway.
He imagined it.
The price is right-
Attach the company name to all mountain access \"why not if someone is willing to pay a company tax rate for the ad for a period of time to rename it?
In 2002, Merulla began urging the city to aggressively market its assets to advertisers.
Despite some progress, his previous motion was largely a victim of bureaucratic apathy.
Merulla noted that, during this period, the City of Mississauga has become a pioneer in the field.
Rob Rossini, general manager of Hamilton finance, confirmed that from 2004 to 2009, Mississauga was \"very active in getting advertising, sponsorship and naming revenue\" while working there \".
As a matter of fact, there is now a 4-
The Department of personal sponsorship and corporate development is dedicated to increasing this income.
But it needs a more measured approach than the Merulla advocate.
According to department manager Michael Campbell, the department has become-
Stop advertising Port Mississauga
But he said that the main focus of Mississauga is to reach a corporate sponsorship agreement that allows Mississauga to expand children\'s cultural and entertainment programs rather than offset the cost of basic services.
Campbell said that they will not sell things just because they have something to sell, and they will work with the company and the company to find a fit with each other.
At Wal-Mart, for example, they developed
In the community center program, children are given the opportunity to participate in sports and art.
Campbell says big companies with nationwide advertising campaigns are often not interested in putting their names on urban buildings or roads.
They are looking for opportunities to be seen as good community citizens to help and give back to society.
\"It\'s about cultivating relationships,\" Campbell said . \".
\"It\'s about sitting down and listening to what they\'re trying to do in the market and providing solutions.
This is not to say that Merulla is on the wrong path.
If there are more opportunities to reduce taxes or offset project costs through these initiatives, the Council should consider these initiatives.
But for a city that strives to be the best place to raise children, Hamilton should also gladly accept Campbell\'s neighbor\'s offer, sit down and discuss best practices with staff and how to provide additional program funding for youth.
Comments by Andrew Descher appear on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Adresschel @ thespec. com 905-526-
Tim Hortons Kenilworth Access.
Sea fresh community pool.
Maple Leaf Food Driving Park in Dundas. Don’t laugh.
If MP Sam Merulla had his way, almost every piece of the city --
The property owned will soon be put on the advertising and naming rights sales section.
Unless it has been named a tribute to someone, Merulla wants everything from the park to the arena, from the road to the library, to be considered a fair game of company logos and signage.
\"It\'s probably Pepsi Cut.
\"There is Coke on the Cola ley Cut,\" Merulla said . \".
\"As an extreme example, we can keep the historical name, but also include the company entity.
Merulla presented the idea at a recent committee meeting.
He intends to file a formal motion at the next general committee meeting.
The goal is to generate income to cope with growing fiscal pressures and reduce the tax burden on residents.
Hamilton has allowed commercial advertising on some city properties to offset the cost of projects and services.
Advertising in arenas and billboards, bus shelters, parking lots and roads generates about $866,000 a year.
But Merulla wants to step up and take a more aggressive approach.
He imagines the floral Enterprise logo that blooms on link and Red Valley Park Avenue, just like the Gardner highway.
He imagined it.
The price is right-
Attach the company name to all mountain access \"why not if someone is willing to pay a company tax rate for the ad for a period of time to rename it?
In 2002, Merulla began urging the city to aggressively market its assets to advertisers.
Despite some progress, his previous motion was largely a victim of bureaucratic apathy.
Merulla noted that, during this period, the City of Mississauga has become a pioneer in the field.
Rob Rossini, general manager of Hamilton finance, confirmed that from 2004 to 2009, Mississauga was \"very active in getting advertising, sponsorship and naming revenue\" while working there \".
As a matter of fact, there is now a 4-
The Department of personal sponsorship and corporate development is dedicated to increasing this income.
But it needs a more measured approach than the Merulla advocate.
According to department manager Michael Campbell, the department has become-
Stop advertising Port Mississauga
But he said that the main focus of Mississauga is to reach a corporate sponsorship agreement that allows Mississauga to expand children\'s cultural and entertainment programs rather than offset the cost of basic services.
Campbell said that they will not sell things just because they have something to sell, and they will work with the company and the company to find a fit with each other.
At Wal-Mart, for example, they developed
In the community center program, children are given the opportunity to participate in sports and art.
Campbell says big companies with nationwide advertising campaigns are often not interested in putting their names on urban buildings or roads.
They are looking for opportunities to be seen as good community citizens to help and give back to society.
\"It\'s about cultivating relationships,\" Campbell said . \".
\"It\'s about sitting down and listening to what they\'re trying to do in the market and providing solutions.
This is not to say that Merulla is on the wrong path.
If there are more opportunities to reduce taxes or offset project costs through these initiatives, the Council should consider these initiatives.
But for a city that strives to be the best place to raise children, Hamilton should also gladly accept Campbell\'s neighbor\'s offer, sit down and discuss best practices with staff and how to provide additional program funding for youth.
Comments by Andrew Descher appear on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Adresschel @ thespec. com 905-526-
Tim Hortons Kenilworth Access.
Sea fresh community pool.
Maple Leaf Food Driving Park in Dundas. Don’t laugh.
If MP Sam Merulla had his way, almost every piece of the city --
The property owned will soon be put on the advertising and naming rights sales section.
Unless it has been named a tribute to someone, Merulla wants everything from the park to the arena, from the road to the library, to be considered a fair game of company logos and signage.
\"It\'s probably Pepsi Cut.
\"There is Coke on the Cola ley Cut,\" Merulla said . \".
\"As an extreme example, we can keep the historical name, but also include the company entity.
Merulla presented the idea at a recent committee meeting.
He intends to file a formal motion at the next general committee meeting.
The goal is to generate income to cope with growing fiscal pressures and reduce the tax burden on residents.
Hamilton has allowed commercial advertising on some city properties to offset the cost of projects and services.
Advertising in arenas and billboards, bus shelters, parking lots and roads generates about $866,000 a year.
But Merulla wants to step up and take a more aggressive approach.
He imagines the floral Enterprise logo that blooms on link and Red Valley Park Avenue, just like the Gardner highway.
He imagined it.
The price is right-
Attach the company name to all mountain access \"why not if someone is willing to pay a company tax rate for the ad for a period of time to rename it?
In 2002, Merulla began urging the city to aggressively market its assets to advertisers.
Despite some progress, his previous motion was largely a victim of bureaucratic apathy.
Merulla noted that, during this period, the City of Mississauga has become a pioneer in the field.
Rob Rossini, general manager of Hamilton finance, confirmed that from 2004 to 2009, Mississauga was \"very active in getting advertising, sponsorship and naming revenue\" while working there \".
As a matter of fact, there is now a 4-
The Department of personal sponsorship and corporate development is dedicated to increasing this income.
But it needs a more measured approach than the Merulla advocate.
According to department manager Michael Campbell, the department has become-
Stop advertising Port Mississauga
But he said that the main focus of Mississauga is to reach a corporate sponsorship agreement that allows Mississauga to expand children\'s cultural and entertainment programs rather than offset the cost of basic services.
Campbell said that they will not sell things just because they have something to sell, and they will work with the company and the company to find a fit with each other.
At Wal-Mart, for example, they developed
In the community center program, children are given the opportunity to participate in sports and art.
Campbell says big companies with nationwide advertising campaigns are often not interested in putting their names on urban buildings or roads.
They are looking for opportunities to be seen as good community citizens to help and give back to society.
\"It\'s about cultivating relationships,\" Campbell said . \".
\"It\'s about sitting down and listening to what they\'re trying to do in the market and providing solutions.
This is not to say that Merulla is on the wrong path.
If there are more opportunities to reduce taxes or offset project costs through these initiatives, the Council should consider these initiatives.
But for a city that strives to be the best place to raise children, Hamilton should also gladly accept Campbell\'s neighbor\'s offer, sit down and discuss best practices with staff and how to provide additional program funding for youth.
Comments by Andrew Descher appear on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Adresschel @ thespec. com 905-526-
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