January 2014 Archive

Public encouraged to meet the mayor and councillors

Residents are encouraged to be engaged in their community. And local politicians are giving them an informal, up-close opportunity to do just that. The meet and greet sessions to discuss ward or Township issues run February, March and April.

Longing for ‘just a few minutes more …’

Who hasn’t uttered the immortal words: “just a few minutes more?”

Overwhelmed by support for Nobleton Christmas Drive

I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the many people and organizations who contributed to The Nobleton Christmas Drive this ...

King businesses shine at Chamber’s awards night

Jacklyn Ducharme, sales representative of the King Weekly Sentinel, presented the People’s Choice Award to the Cardinal Golf Course, Canada’s largest golf facility (above). Receiving ...

Kinghaven a model for sustainable energy

The day will come when alternative forms of energy will not only make sense, but actually replace conventional methods of generation. And a local blueprint has come from a world-class equine operation.

Sustainable King hosting community information sessions

King’s Sustainability Advisory Committee is hosting a number of community information sessions on Sunday afternoons over the next few months. Do you live near the ...

Public wants consultation on ORM, greenbelt plans

A report on upcoming review of the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan and the Greenbelt Plan sparked a discussion at the committee of the whole meeting Jan. 13.

King joins call for federal and provincial storm aid

The provincial and federal governments are being called upon to pick up one-third each of the costs associated with last month’s ice storm. A group of GTA mayors and chairs who attended a meeting Friday in Mississauga unanimously passed a motion calling on the other two levels of government to shoulder their share of the costs.

King drafts tree preservation bylaw

True to its nature, King Township has created a tree preservation bylaw and is looking for feedback.

Win puts Cougars in second place

With a 5-2 win over the Caledon Golden Hawks at home on Thursday night, the Schomberg Cougars leapfrogged the Alliston Hornets to occupy second place in the Georgian Mid-Ontario Jr. C standings.

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