February 8, 2017 · 0 Comments
King is one step closer to a jointly-run King Township minor hockey rep program for next season. Executives from both the Schomberg Minor Hockey Association and NobleKing Minor Hockey Association last week approved last a motion to merge the two programs at the representative level, creating one organization for all of King Township.
Adding a handful of homes on Keele Street to King Township’s Heritage Register met with mediocre success recently. Township staff and heritage committee members recommended 13 properties along Keele in King City, given their significance in the community. After opposition from homeowners, only five were added to the Register.
The amount of building permits and municipal revenue may have dropped in 2016, but the value of construction has risen. King councillors received a report recently highlighting permit activity in 2016.
Hard work often garners attention. King City’s Lisa Iafrate, of TaLii Towels Inc., is proud to have been chosen as a finalist for the 2017 Mompreneur® Start Up award. The winner will be announced March 4.
King Township council unanimously approved the 2017 budget at Monday night’s council meeting, resulting in a blended net increase of 2.32 per cent. This includes ...
Rural residents of King will soon be surfing the internet at blazing speeds. Municipal and government officials gathered on Monday at the Township of King municipal offices to announce the King Township Fibre Optic Broadband Expansion project.
The public was given its first glimpse at a plan to build a small-scale townhouse complex in King City. King council received the delegations and staff report, for the official plan and zoning bylaw amendment for seven, three-storey, freehold townhomes on King Boulevard.
The King Township Museum will be getting a new parking lot this spring. King councillors approved the work, giving the contract to Midome Construction Services Ltd. for roughly $270,000.
Health care in York is more about people than beautiful facilities. People caring about people is the theme driving the Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital project. King councillors received an update on the project from Altaf Stationwala, president and CEO of Mackenzie Health.
As work on King Township’s new municipal office building progresses, council has set in motion the plan to sell the current property off of Banner Lane in King City.« Previous Page — Next Page »