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Future of Maplewood: Meeting Tonight!

Come out to the Hamilton Conservation Authority "Conservation Advisory Board" meeting tonight: Thursday 12th December, 2013 at the HCA main office at 7 p.m. 

Directions to "Woodend" (HCA Main Office)
download map in pdf format

From Toronto:
  1. Take Highway 403 West to Hamilton and climb the escarpment to the Rousseau (Mohawk Road) exit. 
  2. At the third stoplight, turn left onto Wilson Street in Ancaster 
  3. At the first stoplight on Wilson, turn right onto Sulphur Springs Road. Travel to the T‐ intersection (3 way stop)
  4. Turn right at this intersection. This is still Sulphur Springs Road. Proceed down the hill into the valley 
  5. Stay on the paved road for approximately 2 kilometres, it becomes Mineral Springs just past the entrance to the Hermitage
  6. The HCA main office is the stone building on the left side. Drive over small hill to 3rd driveway to visitors parking. Reception is located at the top of the wooden stairs. 
From Brantford:
  1. Take Highway 403 east to Wilson Street (Highway 2) exit to Ancaster
  2. Travel through town to first light 
  3. Turn left onto Fiddler’s Green Road (church and school on corner)
  4. Turn right onto Jerseyville Road
  5. Immediately turn left onto Lover’s Lane
  6. At 3 way proceed as above into the valley. Lover’s Lane becomes Sulphur Springs Road at 3 way stop

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