Count on a full house for this one.
Hamilton politicians will be reviewing ward boundaries at a future meeting of the General Issues Committee.
They are responding to a petition, signed by more than 600 residents, who believe it's past time to redraw the wards so that they are distributed more equally based on population.
As of the 2006 census, five urban Hamilton wards had in excess of 25% more citizens compared to the median.
Councillor Terry Whitehead however, is one of several to caution that "representation by population" does not equal "effective representation". He adds that it will be up to citizens to demonstrate how the current system is not working.
Flamborough's Robert Pasuta adds that his agricultural community is also "happy the way it is" and wants the boundaries left alone.
It's another issue that could end up at the OMB, if not addressed by City Council.