May 2014 Archive

Transparency questioned

I have been reflecting a great deal of late over all the discussion surrounding accountability, transparency and open government.  I question if such a thing ...

Council asks Province to extend deadline for ice storm recovery funding

Ice storm cleanup efforts are taking longer than anticipated and King Township is asking the provincial government to give them some leeway on the deadline to submit eligible costs for recovery funding.

Council asks Region to prohibit signs at Nobleton intersection

King Council has sent a resolution asking the Region of York to amend its bylaw to prohibit signs at the intersection of King Road and Highway 27 in Nobleton and to stringently enforce those prohibitions.

Walk for Dog Guides in Nobleton

Attitudes are changing and fortunately for society many have made it their goal to improve accessibility for everyone with a disability. For Nobleton’s Bev Berger, her mobility takes the form of a “furry package.”

Enjoy 164th Schomberg Fair ‘from the tractor seat’

The stage is set for one of Ontario’s longest running fairs.

First-hand experience gives rider a mission

Life’s journey is filled with twists and turns, often when you least expect it. For a 47-year-old Nobleton man, he’s fighting the battle of his life. And it’s given him a sense of renewed optimism, compassion and a drive that’s put him on two wheels for a major fundraiser.

TRCA presents master plan for Nashville tract

The Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) has finalized the management plan process for the Nashville Resource Management Tract (NRMT).

CDS senior girls’ team clinches first place

After a stellar season on the field, the Country Day School senior girls rugby team once again clinched first place in the CISAA division 1 standings with a dominant 33-5 win over Trinity College at Hawksworth Field last Wednesday.

Captain Canada helps launch crucial season at equestrian park

It’s still very much a work in progress, but Caledon Equestrian is getting rave reviews after the first event of the season, the Classic @ Palgrave Phase 1.

Second Tom Marchese run a huge success

Mother Nature helped show off the natural beauty of Cold Creek Conservation Area recently, the scene of the second annual Tom Marchese Trail Run & Walk, in aid of the King Township Food Bank.

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