Letters

Trash reveals reckless behaviour

May 17, 2017   ·   0 Comments

It is spring 2017 and time for my survey of the drinking and driving situation in King Township, and in particular my neighbourhood. A road-side ...

Volunteers leave their imprint

“You make it (King Township) the beautiful community it is.” The words of MP Deb Schulte. I would like to say congrats to all the ...

Growth plan riddled with holes

I read with interest the Neptis Foundation’s recent report concerning the loopholes within the provincial Growth Plan and wondered why it has taken Neptis so ...

Thanks for fundraiser support

I have to start by saying we have gained some amazing new supporters in the last two years since we are no longer affiliated with ...

A hydro ‘black hole’

I guess after living in the Schomberg/Lloydtown area for the last 22 years I should accept that I live in a hydro black hole and ...

Laskay Hall should remain

I understand that the King Township budget includes provision to move the Laskay Hall out of Laskay. I’m not happy and will be voting against ...

Putting the brakes on proposed hockey merger

First and foremost, we would like to thank the executive for everything that they have done so far with respect to the merger of our ...

Mayor responds to criticisms

Regarding the letter, “Cost of municipal building rises,” printed Dec. 22: First off, on behalf of council, I’d like to thank Mr. Shackleford for sharing ...

Cost of new municipal building rises

Back in 2013, I expressed the opinion in a letter to the King Weekly Sentinel that the estimate of between $11 and $13 million to ...

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