For sports fans, he kicked off with revamped Brigg Recreation Ground - "a really fantastic facility" with its new all-weather pitch, courts and changing rooms.
The Newlands housing estate had benefited from a "significant highway scheme" with improved drainage and paths.
The CallConnect dial-up bus service now had 200 registered users locally, including many young people.
He said the Ancholme Way footpath/cycle-way was on track to reach Worlaby in June, while the immensely popular Imagination Library scheme was giving a book every month to young readers.
New Traffic Regulation Orders were seeking to deal with parking problems on Atherton Way, where the primary school is located.
The new £13.9-million Vale Academy building had opened with the next leg of the scheme - demolition of the old buildings - to follow.
Major rewiring and other work had been carried out at Sir John Nelthorpe School, while Geoff Holland Park, off Station Road, had opened in memory of a great contributor to the town.
"It has been a busy year," Coun Waltham concluded.
He delivered the report on behalf of himself and fellow Brigg & Wolds representatives on North Lincolnshire Council, Couns Carl and Nigel Sherwood.
PICTURED: Brigg Hockey Club playing its first game on the new "Blue Astro" pitch at the Recreation Ground, provided by North Lincolnshire Council.