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Sales office raises concerns among residents

October 30, 2019   ·   0 Comments

The idea of a new home sales office in an upscale King community has caused some concern among residents. King council held a public meeting into bylaw amendment requests from Westview Star Equity Inc., to allow the model home as a sales and presentation office in King City.

King launches ‘Toys for Tickets’ program

King Township is taking the sting out of parking tickets with a new Toys for Tickets program. King invites everyone who receives a parking ticket ...

Mete pots first career NHL goal in record-breaking fashion

It was a record he never wanted to own. King City product Victor Mete, in his 126th game as a member of the Montreal Canadiens of the NHL, finally found the back of the net for the first time last Thursday.

King applauds Metrolinx for changing direction on proposed rail facility

King Township Mayor Steve Pellegrini publicly thanked Metrolinx for changing course on a proposed layover facility, that was to be located south of the 15th ...

Schulte, Davidson elected to represent King residents

The newly elected MPs representing King have their work cut out form then. Local results were a reflection of the country’s divisive vote Monday night ...

Cougars roar to comeback win over Hornets

Chock up three points for the Schomberg Cougars, and a leap up the Provincial Junior Hockey League ladder. The Junior C club had a hectic, yet productive weekend of Carruthers division action, in picking up three of a possible four points in a pair of overtime games.

CCKT meeting informs King voters

Three of the candidates in King-Vaughan helped inform local voters, at last week’s all-candidates meeting hosted by Concerned Citizens of King Township. In the cordial, respectful discussion, Liberal incumbent Deb Schulte, Green Party candidate Ann Raney and NDP hopeful Emilio Bernardo-Ciddio discussed issues facing Canadians now and in the coming term.

Sip & Savour offers a taste of Rio

Honourary Sip & Savour chair Mayor Pellegrini, is one of the first to buy tickets to this year’s Sip & Savour, is showing his support for ...

Candidates square off at Chamber event

Candidates vying to be King-Vaughan’s next MP all have different party policies. Yet they all agree on several important issues. Helping taxpayers get ahead; providing support for small business and the environment are on every party’s agenda.

King’s new Official Plan is a legacy document

“This is a legacy that this council will leave,” is how King Mayor Steve Pellegrini referred to the new, and long overdue, Official Plan. Councillors passed the comprehensive planning document Sept. 23, after a productive discussion and input from several residents. Councillors made some last-minute amendments to the plan, which included zoning changes to the core area in King City, limiting severances and placing a two-acre lot minimum in Kingscross.

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