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King continues clearing snow after major storm

January 18, 2022   ·   0 Comments

King Township’s winter maintenance crews are continuing to work hard clearing the close to 30 centimetres of snow dropped by Monday’s storm.The crews are responsible ...

King Township curbs non-essential services

In order to comply with the new Provincial health directives aimed at combatting the soaring COVID-19 case numbers, the Township is making changes to its ...

Township prepares for this year’s municipal election

Some modern technology will enhance the voting experience this year for King residents. Council recently approved staff recommendations to make the 2022 election more efficient. The Township will continue to use optical scanning vote tabulators and establish a vote-at-home program for homebound electors. Staff noted the scanning tabulators have been used for some time, and they’ve proven to be accurate, reliable and efficient.

Township meetings to remain virtual

All Township meetings will remain virtual, until at least this coming spring. Councillors voted on staff recommendations recently, to maintain the virtual meeting format through the end of the current term.

Film showcases local victim of Flight PS752

The new year brings with it a sombre anniversary. A documentary, to be released in January, highlights the lives of the Moghaddam family, tragic victims of the downing of Flight PS752. Nobleton’s Shahin Moghaddam lost his wife Shakiba, and their son Rossitin.

Society hosts concert with Michele Mele

The King Township Historical Society (KTHS) is pleased to present its annual Holiday Concert featuring King’s accomplished performer and songwriter, Michele Mele.Join them this Friday, ...

Rural bylaw update first in almost 50 years

The long-awaited update to King’s Rural Zoning Bylaw has been extensive, but it hasn’t come without some challenges. King councillors received a consultant’s report on the revamped bylaw for countryside, which is long overdue. It’s been 46 years in the making and while the process has been daunting, public engagement has been front and centre during the consultation.

Lions online auction

Live now on the Nobleton Lions Club’s website, just in time for Christmas shopping, we are hosting an online auction featuring new and gently used ...

Schomberg Hall to get a needed face lift

The Schomberg Community Hall will be getting much needed renovations. King councillors approved the plan to spend $1.27 million on the work, to meet code requirements and improve accessibility, energy efficiency and overall usability.

King updates its Recreation Master Plan

King council has given its stamp of approval to an update of its Park, Recreation and Community Master Plan. The plan was last updated in 2013 to provide short and long-term perspectives and provision of municipal services. It’s a document that’s used extensively by staff as a valuable tool to help shape council decisions.

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